I was driving one evening, and the car just stop running in the middle of gassing. I pushed the car to the side of the road and tried to start it. The car is cranking but will not cut on. I had a friend hook jumper cable to the car and tried to start it, no dice. I checked all the fuses and none appear to be bad, no breakage on any of them. When I turn the key without turning on the car, you hear a low buzz from the fuel pump, so I'm assuming this isn't an issue, though a neighbor said it still may be the pump. Any answers will be appreciated. I'm trying to fix this myself for financial reasons.
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1991 Subaru Loyale Question: What are the main causes of a Subaru not starting
Answer #1Greg's Orange Auto (13020 Answers) , Orange, CA - (714) 361-9386globalhelper February 01, 2012, 12:56Master
CK SPARK AND FUEL PRESSUR TO START WITH.SHOULD BE 20 TO 24 LBS AT IDLE MAX 36 TO 50 AT CRUIZE
ReplyBattleLoyale, February 01, 2012, 14:51Rookie
Car turns like it's trying to start, but wont actually start up.
Answer #2mastertech6371 February 01, 2012, 14:14Master
most common failure on the old subarus is the timing belt. get it checked to verify.
ReplyBattleLoyale, February 01, 2012, 14:52Rookie
thanks, I will give that a shot.