Suburu Impreza Wrx 1993 not starting
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    Hi , thanks for looking at my post as i am new here i dont know how to use these forums .. Well basicly i have a subaru impreza wrx 1993 and i was driving yesterday and the car just turned off will i was doing 45mph As the car was driving like a brick wall and then i liffted the bonnet up ahhhhh ma car wires were on fire . I pour ma apple flavour water on and extinguished the fire and then the car wouldnt start it was the lambard sensor wiring . So i cut the wires of and then made fress wiring to the lambar sensor and the car is not starting ? What do you think it is ? As i have just bought the car . The car just wont start it wants to start but wont , if you have msn please add me as i need to get the car on the road as soon as possible . Msn :: Nav2k9@hotmail.com

    Also the car has a clifford g4 alarm on it
    Thank you for looking

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    Locals here call it an "oxygen sensor."

    In any case, you've not determined why the car caught fire. I'd start there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    Locals here call it an "oxygen sensor."

    In any case, you've not determined why the car caught fire. I'd start there.
    Hi , sorry a forot to mention it , the wires touched the manifold as it was extremliyy hot

    Thanks in advance

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