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Re: impreza wrx not starting after a run
Your starter is probly very close to your exhaust. What happens is when you are driving it gets to hot and the insides of the starter expand causing it to not turn. When it cools down it works again. This is a fairly common problem when starters start to get old.
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Have you had it hooked up to a scan tool ? check sensor data ! Your vehicle has no cold start valve . Black smoke out the back indicates a rich condition , holding gas pedal to the floor causes the engine computer to go into WOT mode shutting off the injectors . Suggest you do injector leak down test , leaking fuel injectors ! Ever replace fuel injectors ?
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can anyone help me, my 1993 impreza wrx wont start, 2 days ago i went to ...ClubWRX Forum - Subaru Impreza WRX and STi Community and ...
impreza 98 ej20 turbo automatic / losing power /when u mash d x car moves off slow then u feel like it want to go.// runs very good on first start // when car warms up problem starts // may drive ok sometimes during d day .. all sensors are ok could it b a wiring problen? PLEASE HELP ME
On both cars, check the fuel pump/guage harness connector under rear seat - the old fuel pump draws too much current and melts the connector causing poor conatct & voltage drop off. Easy to see usually, just cut the two fuel pump wires from either side of the connector and re-join with new crimp connectors, or solder joint.