Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
EPC light came on my 2000 VW Beetle, car stalled and would not start. I messed with the switch on top of the brake pedal and got the EPC light to go off and car started right up. It ran as usual for about ten blocks then stalled on me. This time I could not get it to start after tampering with the pedal switch so I had it towed home. Based on the scenario would most of you agree that it is the switch by the pedal gone bad?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1970 VW Beetle voltage regulator
loud your battery again and see if ti keep running it down--if yes check the battery loading size it suppose to be around 12-13.
less then 9-10 in most cases it's the alternator cause another thing is your battery could be out of work
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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