MIL and EPC Light Explained

As a responsible car owner, it’s essential to understand the meaning behind dashboard warning lights, especially the MIL (Malfunction Indicator Light) and EPC (Electronic Power Control) lights.

Let’s shed some light on these important indicators.

MIL (Malfunction Indicator Light) or Check Engine Light:

The MIL, often referred to as the check engine light, illuminates when your vehicle’s onboard diagnostics system detects a potential issue with the engine or exhaust system.

When the MIL comes on, it’s crucial to have your vehicle inspected promptly by a certified technician. Ignoring this warning light could lead to further damage or performance issues.

EPC (Electronic Power Control) Light:

The EPC light signals a malfunction in the electronic power control system, which regulates your engine’s operation.


If the EPC light appears as a solid light, it’s advisable to pull over safely and contact our dealership for assistance. Driving with a malfunctioning EPC system can compromise your vehicle’s performance and safety.

If either of these lights come up on your dashboard, don’t hesitate to contact ourĀ service team for professional assistance. We’re here to help you address any issues and keep your vehicle running smoothly.