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EPC, Electronic Stability, Check Engine light

EPC and Electronic Stability light come on when first start the vehicle.

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Do they stay on longer than a few seconds?
If so, could be a relay, wiring shortage....take it to your local autozone or auto store, normally they will scan your OBD II and see what the codes are...for free....that will help you determine why the check engine light is on.

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