There is a removeable small panel inside the car, directly on the inside of where the tail light is. Gently open it or remove the panel, you will see 2 or more plastic bulb holders. Choose the one with the most wires leading into it-- that is usually the brake light one. Grip the plastic bulb holder, twist counter-clockwise approx 1/8 turn (this may be a small struggle if you have big hands), then gently pull the bulb holder out. Look at the tiny wires inside the bulb-- one will have a break in it. To remove bulb, push down on the bulb as you rotate counter-clockwise approx 1/10 turn, then pull bulb out of the holder. STOP! Look at the bulb. It has 2 little protrusions on the metal base sides, one on each side, and one is further down than the other. Make note of which one is furthest down (and where it was), then replace the bulb. Most ScoobyDoos use a 1157 tail light/brake light combination bulb. Replace bulb by lining up the little protrusions in the holder, then push in and twist approx 1/10 turn clockwise. If the bulb does not want to twist, you either did not push down hard enough, or you have the bulb protrusions installed the wrong way. You should only need to push down with approx 3 to 5 pounds force-- the bulb will slide down then stop-- then hold it down as you twist a bit clockwise. If you have it in correctly, the bulb should twist a bit then lock in place such that it will not fall out by itself. Once the bulb is in the holder, test it. You should see a decent light with the parking lights on, and it should get really bright when you touch the brake pedal. Turn off the parking and brake lights, then re-install the bulb holder into the tail-light housing-- be gentle! That plastic is 15 years old! The bulb holder will only go into the housing one way, you may need to turn the holder a bit one way or the other, but when you find the correct spot it almost falls in. Twist clockwise approx 1/8 turn (no need to push in this time), and replace the inside plastic protective panel. Test the light again to ensure it works.
Pull the carpeting behind the brake light. Unclip the assembly, replace bulb.
what is the cost to fix an overheating Subaru Legacy Wagon. Is it the thermostat? How much are they to replace?
I've been looking for the same thing on a 94 subaru legacy wagon. There is a rear lens for your 95 subaru legacy wagon selling on eBay right now...
how to replace high/low beam, turn signal lever on 1996 subaru outback wagon
The price for a brake light for the 2005 VW Jetta wagon varies by retailer. As of 2014 this part range from 35.00 to 50.00.
The light in the switch can not be changed, the whole switch would need to be replaced.
I have a 1996 Subaru Legacy L Wagon and it was about $280 to replace the starter where I live. Starters can cost around $100-$300, plus you'll have to pay for labor.
Probably 1996 thru 1999 if it is going wagon to wagon.
The Outback is a Subaru wagon model.
check the switch at the top of the brake peddle.
The short answer is yes.
To indicate a problem with the brake system.
what tires can I use for my 2005 Subaru Outback 2.5i Wagon?
the difference is 2.... as in 2 years
push foot down on brake pedal, hold in button on gear shifter and pull down
replace your switch, located under the brake pedal.
Its under the engine, on the drivers side. Two bollts, you cant miss it.
I just got an estimate for my 02 wrx wagon at $904. bummed.
My 86' Subaru GL wagon has 217,900 miles on it and is still running strong!
Brake light switch ?
What about them?
Above the brake pedal pad where the brake actuator rod attaches to the brake pedal bracket.