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Q: Need problem associated with EPC and ABS Lights fixed.

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The EPC and ABS Lights are on.

The EPC Light is for the electronic throttle body. You need to have a qualified technician check the codes on the computer to determine the problem. You may just have a loose vacuum hose connected to the intake. The ABS Light is for the automatic braking system. You should have a technician with an ABS scanner tool determine what is malfunctioning. Most of the time it is a faulty wheel speed sensor.

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