2009 IMpreza starting problems

DanniC
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Asked by DanniC Mar 05, 2013 at 01:28 PM about the 2009 Subaru Impreza 2.5i Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can't start my Subie Iprez - turns over & full power for everything else but no start. Battery has enough juice - tried jumping from another vehilce. key locks/unlocks car, all the check lights come on. Any suggestions before i have it towed to a dealer?

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Jeff Smith
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At this point it sounds like a fuel or spark issue. Can you double check your plugs for spark?

DanniC
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Thanks for the suggestions! Don't have the technology (or ability) to check spark plugs, but got the car started this AM by adding fresh fuel and non-ethanol fuel treatment. happy day

Jeff Smith
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Glad to hear it started. At this point, if it did start based on what you changed, I would advise changing the fuel filter as well if you run into issues with it starting or running smoothly.

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