It is not easy as the control has to be removed from the dash.
Ahh, nothing worthwhile is ever easy, no? Having said that, my light is still out, and I have a few basic tools. And some free time. And not much money.
Can you offer any specifics? Does the whole dash need to come out, or can this be accessed from underneath? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
http://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26408. this gives a good walf through of how to replace them
You can pop the switch panel out of the center console and unplug either or both of the switches to disable the seat warmer.
The 2004 Subaru Legacy OBD 2 port is under dash at left, next to kick panel"
im having the same problem...
If it's an automatic; Go to subaruoutback.org, click on Forums, under General > Do-It-Yourself Illustrated Guide > Replacing Lights on the Instrument Cluster.
look on the drivers side kick panel
Has a starter relay in the engine bay fuse panel.
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.
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank on a 1993 Legacy. There should be an access panel inside of the vehicle to get to the pump.
Pull out the ashtray and then the panel above and the cup holder . Radio will then come out
it is in the fuse panel under the hood. Located on the drivers side.
Take the door panel off. The old switch or switch cluster should pop out of the panel when you release it from the tabs. The new switch which you ordered will plug into the window switch wiring harness. This will only plug one way; therefore, you can't go wrong. Pop the switch or switch cluster back into the door panel; attach the door panel back to the door frame.
It's above driver's kick panel and very hard to get out. I think that I removed the fuse panel cover and accessed it through that hole with a very long extension.
See that http://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/door-panel-removal-sound-deadening-install-pics-20069.html?s=d179c734a74474f2dd256fc3d607e56c&amp;
heater fan blower motor is burn up not working need to replace it could also be a heater relay typically located on the fuse panel that needs replacing could also be the switch on the switch panel
You must remove the door panel and remove the switch from the other side
it doesn't come off, you have to take the whole door panel off, three screws and clips.
I hope someone responds soon. Mine are often intermittent and can find no info. elsewhere. What year and model is your Subie? I have a 1991 Legacy and I pulled the automatic system out and replaced it with the standard seatbelts from a 1995-1999 Legacy. You could try replacing the seatbelt control unit which on the Legacy sedan, lives behind the carpet panel in the trunk near the left side of the trunk hinge and in the wagon its the same general area in the cargo compartment. I have the passenger side auto seatbelt parts for the Legacy if you're in need.
Clutch pedal lever. SWITCH IS AT THE TOP OF CLUTCH PEDDLE BUT THE OVER RIDE FUSE IS # 20 ON FUSE PANEL REPLACING THE FUSE WILL DISCONECT SWITCH.
The tail light fuse panel for the Subaru Impreza WRX located in the fuse box.
In the Fuse Panel located under the Dashboard. See "Fuses and Circuits" on page 6 under "Specifications" in chapter 11 of your "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
Usually it means the headlight switch is going bad.
Unfortunately, you have to remove the door panel cover. There are three or four screws and several pop-clips, but it is actually pretty simple. To remove the door panel, you have to disconnect the power connector and the speaker (just clips). Hope that helps
It is located on drivers side panel under the dash. You have to remove the panel as well as the 2 screws that hold the fuse box to the side. Once you do this, you will find it up in the cavity. This is for my 96 Outack, it may be diff on your vehicle. J'
Most likely the switch on your driver door panel needs replacing(ebay!). Or if you or someone you trust has a multimeter(electricians tool) you can check the existing switch. You must first remove the switch from your panel. Hope this helps and I hope your switches are'nt clustered(all together).
The switch is to the left of the instrument panel below the wiper switch. To get to it you must remove the panel surrounding it.