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1997 impreza 2.0 gl awd fuel pump fault stopped car running
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Old 29 Nov 2011, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1997 impreza 2.0 gl awd fuel pump fault stopped car running

switched car off this morning and when tried to start again just kept on turning over without starting, called out RAC and he put jump leads across and still would not start.
He said after checking fuel feed that the fuel pump had stopped working, so went home and took fuel pump out of car and it looked ok so put back in and put a new battery on and turned the key and now working fine again.
Havent got a clue what else it could be have any of you guys got any idea what else it could be
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Re: 1997 impreza 2.0 gl awd fuel pump fault stopped car running

could have been a lockout of the immobiliser due to a radio mast near by maybe ?
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