Question about Subaru Forester
sounds like when you drive for a while the car gets to op. temp then shuts down? sounds like the crank position sensor. the sensor will get hot and break connection in side of the sensor when it cools the connection is made then the car will start. If your an do it yourself guy you can check the connection your self you need to remove the sensor.And using a volt/ohm meter set on ohms connect the leads to the sensor wires you should have a reading then heat the sensor with a heat gun hair drier may not get hot enough watching the the ohm meter when the meter goes to zero or open the sensor will not start the car let cool with meter still connected watch if reading comes back if so you need to replace the sensor hope this helps
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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