Subaru Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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One common component to cause this issue here is a fault with the crank position sensor itself.If this sensor is sending false rpm readings or cutting out the rpm signals to the ignition components and computer this issue here occurs.I would first have the fault codes checked to see what codes are set using a scan tool that will connect to your vehicle.If any codes are set the codes need diagnosed first to locate and repair the fault here.If no codes are set the scan tool can be used to check the rpm signal when the fault occurs (which will involve allowing the shop or facility to drive the vehicle to see it act up to check this signal) to see if the crank sensor needs replaced.
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