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Good day. I have a 2004 VW Jetta 1.8T. The EPC light comes on when I 1. go over rough surfaces, 2. increase petrol and lift my feet a little from the pedal and putting it back on again. There is no power when I press the petrol pedal with my feet and must then switch of the vechile and on again. Sometimes the EPC dissapear, but somethings I must pull of the road, switch off the vechile, wait a bit and start again. Then I can go further. What could be the problem, please?

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Check the connector at the pedal.

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EPC= electronic pedal control it is a sensor and is located in front of the brake pedal . Depress brake with one hand ,the sensor with the other and release fast. this should disengauge the EPC lock listen for a thunk made by the EPC lock disengaging.

Go to auto zone. They will use a code reader to help you find exact component or components having errors. If its not the EPC.
it sounds like your mass air sensor or the throttle control sensor may be bad. Your gas and air may not be mixing properly thus causing your car to sputter, hesitate, and idle rough. It could be some other thinks like a bad plug or wire etc. Good Luck hope this helps. Please rate me if this helps thank you.

Posted on May 15, 2009

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USUALLY it means you have a bad or loose gas cap.

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i had the same problem... Change the spark plugs and the ignition coils, All of them... It usually accelerates without giving it gas.. Don't worry about that...

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Probably a bad COIL-PACK

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Go to auto zone. They will use a code reader to help you find exact component or components having errors. If its not the EPC.
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