Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
EPC stands for Electronic Power Control - part of the dreaded auto computers.
My 1st suggestion would be to use a ODB II - analyser and read any codes in there. If you don't have one handy or with a friend, go down to a local friendly auto shop ie Checker and ask to borrow one of there's for a few moments.
Write down any codes and look up on the net. Reset any codes on the computer while you are there.
A stop gap method is to disconnect the battery on the car for 10 minutes and hook up again. This forces the computer system to reboot - that may cure the problem also.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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