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    HELP ME!!!

    I have a 2005 WRX wagon 2.0l turbo. The car will not start.
    Im getting spark but it's not consistent. You turn the key and it just turns over. I just
    Put a new battery and had a new short block and remanned
    Heads. I also replaced the camshaft sensor. I have had it a two different dealerships and
    No luck. Please help me figure this out.

    Thanks,

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    Has someone verified fuel pressure?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    Has someone verified fuel pressure?
    Someone has checked the fuel pressure. It's fine. Everything leads to the spark.

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    Coilpacks done? Plugs done? Comb over everything having to do with the electrical system. ECU bad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Coilpacks done? Plugs done? Comb over everything having to do with the electrical system. ECU bad?
    The coilpacks have been checked out along with the spark plugs and all the electrical conponance.
    My mechanic thinks it's the ecu has to be programmed. We tried three different ecus and they all had the same problem.
    I hope you can think of something else it may need.

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    Marc G.

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    Did you check your fuses?

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    The ECU will run a stock car correctly. Is your car stock?
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