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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
find the trouble code find out wat code mean,s wat an replace wat is not working the code will tell u wat,s not working hope this help u
Posted on May 28, 2009
You will need to have a suitable diagnostic tester plugged in to read the fault that has been logged. Air mass (or air flow) meters are a fairly common thing that can go wrong.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Generic OBD Test Code P1545 (VW- V.A.G 1551 scan tool scanner code: 17953) "Throttle Position Control Malfunction"
Yes, it is possible that the cut wires could be the problem with your "epc" light and lack of power. If the cut wires are the wires going to your throttle body position sensors, I would say that it is DEFINITELY the problem, as well as the cause of the code you are receiving. If they are not the wires leading to the throttle body, then I don't know what to tell you about the wires unless you can tell me what they go to.
At any rate, you have a problem with your throttle body control circuits that will most likely have to be verified (diagnosed AND verified for proper operation after repair.) with a VolksWagen V.A.G. 1551 scanner.
Please note that generic OBD scan tools cannot perform the functions necessary to verify the repair or to reprogram the throttle body with the Powertrain Control Module for proper operation.
The manufacturer states that it is "absolutely necessary to adapt the [Throttle valve control module] to the PCM ".
Posted on Jul 22, 2011
SOURCE: car bogs down epc light
epc is short for electronic pedal control, the throttle is controlled by an electric motor and has two angle sensors in the throttle body. the pedal it self has two sensors as well, sometimes after a battery replacement or replacement of certain parts (ecm throttle body pedal controls) the control modules need to be reset or "relearned" to one another. the dealer or independent shop with correct softwear can do this, if problem persists possible bad throttle body pedal sensors or ecm (engine control module)
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
First of all you need to access the Engine Control Module (ECM) using suitable diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car, in order to pull out all DTC's memored. DTC = Diagnostic Trouble Code. Then you will bu full informed about the root cause of the problem, and you will be able to repair & replace bad pieces and reset the ECM. Then the EPC (Electronic Pedal Control) yellow light will turn OFF.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011
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