Chances are the vehicle output speed sensor has failed. The sensor is on the side of the transmission. If you look at pic 1, it shows location.
First, make sure the connector hasn't been damaged or has come loose. If it appears okay, without testing further, that is my first suspect.
By the way, what code was found because that can all tie together.
Here are directions for replacing the sensor. Pic 2 correlates with these directions. Please let me know what code was found for the ABS before you replace the sensor.
2006 Honda Truck Pilot 4WD V6-3.5L
Output Shaft (Countershaft) Speed Sensor Replacement
Vehicle Powertrain Management Transmission Control Systems Sensors and Switches - Transmission and Drivetrain Sensors and Switches - A/T Transmission Speed Sensor Service and Repair Procedures Output Shaft (Countershaft) Speed Sensor Replacement
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT) SPEED SENSOR REPLACEMENT
Output Shaft (countershaft) Speed Sensor Replacement
1. Remove the splash shield.
2. Disconnect the output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor connector, and remove the output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor (A).
3. Install the new O-ring (B) on the new output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor and apply clean ATF to the O-ring, then install the output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor in the transmission housing.
4. Check the connector for rust, dirt, or oil, then, Connect the connector securely.
5. Install the splash shield.
Let me know.
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Tuesday, June 16th, 2020 AT 7:36 PM