If your ABS and TC lights are coming on, then the wheel speed sensor is detecting something wrong. It is possible that badly worn brake rotors could be causing this fault. When the brakes get replaced, have them check your computer for issues with the brake system. There should be historical data recorded that will tell them if there is an additional problem.
Your problem is most likely in the Torque Converter Connection circuit. The Torque converter has a “lock-up” feature that connects the transmission directly to the engine to reduce gas mileage. If the “lock-up” does not let go when you stop, it is like a manual transmission stopping without the clutch. The problem is in the switch or the circuit. You will need to take it to someone who can diagnose the electrical issue. Good luck.
Alright, there are some different things going on with all the vehicles in this thread. Let me try to go thru a few issues that I have run into over the years. First off, as was said before, check your fuses. Most of the time you can find a diagram for the fuses in the owners manual or on the back of the cover(s) for the fuse box(es). Next, you need to check for power at your window switch. If you are not getting power to the switch, the problem could very well be in the harness where it goes thru the door jamb. This is a very common place for the wires to chafe and break or corrode. I have found the problem in the wire harness more times than not. Next, using a wire diagram and a connector pinout chart, check that the switch is working by looking for power going toward the window motor. Before blaming the motor, try all of these other problems. A great deal of the time, the motor is not the problem. No sense tearing the door all apart to change the window motor if you don’t have to. It can be difficult....
If the window lock is not the problem, check your wiring where it goes from the body to the driver’s door. There is a wire from the driver’s window switch to the rest of the switches in that harness. Many times I have found that wire broken or shorted.
Look up a diagram for your motherboard to find out where the "clear cmos / clear password" switch is if you don't know. The contact will be over two of the three prongs. Move it to the other two and start the computer. The computer will not start, but once the power has been sent to the motherboard, it has done what you need. Unplug the computer and move the clip back onto the prongs it was on before. Plug back in and start the computer. When the cmos screen comes up; reset the time and date, save your settings and restart. If you are unfamiliar with how the cmos works; search "clearing the cmos / bios" on google or something. Good luck!
First things first. Check that the coolant level is good. There is an air pocket in your cooling system or the heater core. On the hoses to the radiator there will be a small screw valve that you can use to let the air out. With the vehicle running and warm, loosen the screw and let it flow until there is no air coming out. Allow the engine run for ten or fifteen minutes. Loosen the screw again and let any air out. It may take several times. Also, make sure your heat is on while doing this. That will push any air out of the heating system. If you cannot get any air to come out and this doesn't fix the problem, then you can start checking sensors and gauges and such. Hope this helps.