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Car not idleing, won't start when warm

1986 subaru turbo, ecs light on code is 12,33. Car wont idle and will not start up again if warm. fuel filter seems good and coil.

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If you have a stock carb those things have a million vacuum lines and if they are old and stiff and cracked that can also affect it. also look at your intake gasket and maybe replace it. My car had similar problems and i replaced the vacuum lines and intake gasket and it runs and idles great. good luck

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