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What year of VW??? If it is a 2000-2004 it is most likely the brake light switch at the pedal. There was a few recalls on this switch. It should still be active for your vehicle if it was never done.

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SOURCE: EPC LIGHT STAYING ON AFTER SERVICE

Just a coincidece but the most common fault the brake light switch

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: BRAKE LIGHTS STAY ON, EPC LIGHT ON

Call dealerto replace brake light switch, some of them were covered under warranty. They were **** and they replaced all of them.

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SOURCE: EPC light went on due to a brake light switch.

you have to have the reader (pc )to hook it up to your car compouter and erase the codes

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Brake lights not working and EPC light on the dashboard

probably you have either fitted the wrong bulb, accidently fitted the bulb wrong or shorted out the wiring or holder, look in your handbook for fuse location and double check your hatch bulb.

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