I have a 1995 Subaru Legacy LSI with a 2.2L engine and 159,420 miles.
<br/> If I don't let the car warm up completely than the car will not start the next time. It cranks but does not ignite. After it cools off completely it will start normally.
<br/> For instance: After driving one mile (helping a friend move) I turn off the car. Ten minutes later I try and fail to start it. Fifteen minutes later it starts normally.
<br/> The Check Engine Light turns on when this happens. Three or four successful starts later the light turns off. After rebuilding the starter solenoid (and avoiding short trips) I found out that this model was OBDII compliant in '95 so I got this reading:
<br/> "Troubleshooting P0335
<br/> aaCKP sensor "A" circuit signal fault"
<br/> My Chilton says I need to remove the timing belt and all the mess that comes before it so I thought I'd ask around first. Has anyone had a experience with a starting issue like this? What did you figure out?