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Subaru 1.8L Leone Sedan needs part 2 run...

Hallo, i have a 1987 Subaru Leone 1.8L with BIG problem: it will not start. i've checked everything in the ignition system, and i MEAN everything, from the coil, wires, plugs, and a little part that i'm assuming is a capacitor because of the markings on it:
'' 250V. DC 0.47 uF 6Z07
...it's either a 6 or 8, can't tell...

I've looked online for the part, and haven't found anything so far.

... This must be subaru's one fatal flaw when they were designing the ignition system...

if anyone knows any online retailer that sells this part (or something compatibly close), i'm all ears, cuz i need this part really bad...

or if they have something that'll directly replace the stock ignition...

sorry if it's too much to handle.

but , uh, yea...

Plz & Thank U...

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    Sean Hope Sep 06, 2009

    ...I forgot to add that i want to keep it for as long as possible, cause over here in hawaii it's just as rare as seeing a ferrari around here to see a car as old as mine, especally subarus. Also, since i cannot find the part, would it be possible to just get a capacitor from a radio shack, same type,
    and just use that, along with an optional resister?

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The reason I'm doing this to return a favor from a person helped me when I was at college years.

While you are waiting for the part, you can do something further to check out.
When you said you checked everything listed in your notes, I assumed you have spark.

1-If not then make a pulse on off at the primary coil to have spark at secondary coil connecting to a spark plug. If you could not make sparks when make pulses on off at the primary then the problem is not at your Cap parts.
2- If you have sparks, spray some fuel in the intake manifold
3- If your engin turns on then die, you don't nee the cap part, You need to check out your Fual regulator and your fuel pump.
4- If your engine never turns on then die, keep searching for the Cap part.

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Well' try going to the mechanic or buy some part's dosen't work wuor car is ded

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