You should check the inhibitor switch mounted on the transmission. The cable is attached to it from the shifter. It may be out of "alignment" and need to be adjusted. It would be best to have atech do this as you have to crawl underneath the vehcile to fix. You should check that first. The lights may be coming on, but not when the gear selector is in "R".
ok first of all check all the fuses that are related to the brake lights. the fuse box may be in side under the dash or under the hood. check those let us know if that fixed the problem.
Yes. You need a converter to combine the turn signals with the brake lights.
Do you mean the parking lights? if it's the parking lights that are on, check the switch on top of the steering column.
Does it turn over? Does it have fuel? Does it have spark?
Under the center of the dash, in front of the console, mounted on the firewall. This one flasher controls the hazard lights and turn signals.
The turn signal relay for the 1993 Subaru Legacy is located behind the left hand instrument panel. Look on the left hand side of the steering column.
Both a stuck reverse switch and shorted wiring can be causes for reverse lights to stay on. Under normal circumstances, the reverse lights turn off as soon as the vehicle is shifted out of reverse.
there is a switch that sits on top of the steering column just look between steering wheeltop section and there it sits on the flat section of the column between the levers for wipers and lights
There is no such thing as a 1995 subaru outback, the outback package was not offered on a subaru legacy until 1996, you either have a 1996 subaru outback, or you have a 1995 subaru Legacy L or LSI wagon. Both will be covered in most guide books you can pick up at your local autoparts store.
Check for spark Check for fuel
"Back up lights" are the same as reverse lights. Lights that "turn on" when vehicle is put into reverse gear to illuminate the rear of the car so you can see when backing up.
Check this site for information: http://www.troublecodes.net/Subaru/
I have run into the same thing with this kind of car. On the steering column at the top they have a switch that will turn the running lights on or turn them off. check the switch you may have hit it and turn it on.
Check the fuses first then check the bulbs.
On the back of a car there are tail lights, turn signals, and brake lights. Cars also have back up lights that tell people when the car is in reverse.
Put a fuse in the circuit labeled "FWD" under the hood on the passenger side.
1990-1994 take out dashboard and it is on the left take out three screws and the bigger relay is for the blinkers.
could be something with the steering or with the power steering pump.
Could be the brake light switch or fuse.
when you open the door to your vehicle or unlock it with the key FOB, the lights turn on. usually the interior, headlights, and reverse lights shine.
chek the switch on top of steering column
Have solved the problem. Hazard and turn flasher are one and the same unit.
Can't say for sure on the 2007, but my 2000 has a rocker switch at the top of the steering column to turn the parking lights on when the key is off.
check if reverse lights are working, if not replace the reverse switch plug located underside near the gear box, centre of car, there are two plugs, check if wires are frayed, this happened to me and when I replaced this my turn signals started working. hope this helps
Yes he turned on legacy.