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I have a 2010 WRX that totally floods the cylinders to the point gas drips out of the exhaust manifolds and won't start. Has engine coolant temp sensor high input and low input codes, plus intake cam timing over advance bank #1 and bank #2 codes. Where do I start?
 

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If it were me. I'd pull all the plugs to air out the cylinders. Drain the oil to make sure if any gas got past the rings it's not just sitting in there destroying the integrity of the oil. Pull the timing covers to check your marks. (Obviously if you need to turn the engine over by hand for the marks, make sure you still have the oil in it first).
 

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Thanks for replying. I actually figured out what was going on a day or two after I posted the problem. Believe it or not it was the engine temp sensor. I changed it out and it fired right up with no problems. Craziest thing I heard of
 
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