Question about 2006 Volkswagen Jetta
Crank sensor has nothing to do with the EPC.
I'd think it is one of the pedal potentiometers.
Start by doing a scan.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: EPC light
This sounds like a "brake light switch" failure in a 5 speed manual transmission car. Please tell me your car has a manual transmission. A scanner, or code resetting tool will not fix this problem. I'm surprised that a dealer would allow this to get out the door without telling you that this car qualifies for a "campaign," or "recall" replacement of the brake light switch under the "N4 program" guidelines. In fact, this program is actually called the "N4 campaign." Good luck.
Posted on May 15, 2008
sounds like you just have a loose alternator belt and since the system takes longer the light s tay oon until the alternator starts charging the battery by then the engine is already warnmed uyp
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
sounds like you need to reset readiness ,which resets throttle and several other things. unfortunatly it needs to be done with vagcom or vcds software, so back to dealer or a reputable VW repair shop
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
SOURCE: car dies-hard to start
EPC= electronic pedal control it is a sensor and is located in front of the brake pedal . Depress brake with one hand ,the sensor with the other and release fast. this should disengauge the EPC lock listen for a thunk made by the EPC lock disengaging.
Go to auto zone. They will use a code reader to help you find exact component or components having errors. If its not the EPC.
it sounds like your mass air sensor or the throttle control sensor may be bad. Your gas and air may not be mixing properly thus causing your car to sputter, hesitate, and idle rough. It could be some other thinks like a bad plug or wire etc. Good Luck hope this helps. Please rate me if this helps thank you.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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