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Intermittent srarting problem after short jouneys takes 5 to 10 turns of the key before starts again,always starts after being stood

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My 1997 sub outback wont restart
i replaced the crank sen. it dose get spark
the fuel dose pump out when i take line off exit at filter when key is turned on and also when cranked
diagnostic test says po141- 02sensor heater circuit malfunction and
p0325 knock sensor bank 1 or single sensor would any of this cause it not to restart if not i heard maybe the temp. send. but the coolent gauge reads good and coolent fans turn on it is not overheating

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