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My 2006 subaru STi starts great, unless the engine is warm. Then often will not start for quite some time. Shop has replaced fuel pump and battery with the problem still there. If you crank too long, you will get a check engine light. However the code shows a flood condition. If you try to start the engine and it doesn't, if you quit then, no light, but no start either!

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I have the same car and i had the exact same fault and it was the crank angle sensor,get it checked for resistance i think it should be 1000 ohms and mine was 3000,once replaced it has never happened again.Even my friend who dynos them was surprised but that was 100% it

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