I have a 1995 Subaru Legacy LSI with a 2.2L engine and 159,420 miles.
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.
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.
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:
aaCKP sensor "A" circuit signal fault"
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?