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    changed filters, now car won't run

    I bought for my wife a 99 impreza L ( which I will be doing an engine swap for the fun of it eventually.) Anyways, I changed the oil, then went to change the air filter ( which of coarse wasn't the right size.) So I put the old one back in ( which wasn't to bad either way) and put everything back together. I went to start up the car, it starts up imediately without hesitation, idles around 1k for a second, then imediately dies off. I can do this over and over again and it doesn't change, can anyone elaborate? Let me know at yoyur earliest convenience, thanks
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    Also, I just noticed, the corner lights are blinking ( like the hazards are on, but alot slower) on their own, no buttons are pushed or anything.
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    Could be you dislodged a small chunk of something and it is affecting the reading of the mass air flow sensor, check your mass air flow sensor.

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    make sure your all your hoses in your intake track are well connected.. ..the MAF sensor wont read properly if there isnt enough vac to pull air past it.

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    Sounds like an electrical problem. Check your relays and the connections around where you were working.
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