This is the second time my 2013 WRX has done this. The first time it was like 2 degrees outside, so I blamed it on that. Second time, it was about 40 degrees and the car had just been driven a few hours prior.
I put the key in the ignition, turned the key over just enough to let the fuel pump activate, etc, then I started it. But it wouldn't start (it wasn't "dead"). It tried to start, but it wouldn't. I repeated the process 2 times, I let it rest, then on the 3rd time, it started. And for a few seconds, it wasn't happy but then it was fine.
Anyone else have this issue or ideas as to what may cause this?
This occurred with 2 different tank fulls. No point in taking it to Subaru as it's not consistant enough. :-(