you've got something touching ground(short) somewhere, you'll need some basics electrical diagnosis to check...could be the light switch a manual will help with an image of the wiring, but I'd pull all the covers off and physically check all the bulbs...pop-em out and back in again...also, does it have an alarm installed... also an alarm that has a circuit to flash the lights when armed or disarmed may be to blame... good luck also ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for FREE to make copies of...read up and repair like a PRO! Dave :)
Do you mean the parking lights? if it's the parking lights that are on, check the switch on top of the steering column.
its on timed delay, lights stay on or come on while exiting vehical to make it easier
Unbolt the battery for at least ten seconds. Mechanic, Why are the parking lights flashing after new battery installation?
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AnswerAre parking lights staying on? Just cleaned car interior? Try switching off switch on top of steering column.parking lights will not come on
The manual running light switch may be "on". It is located on top of the steering column, near the dashboard guages, in a 1998 Legacy. The switch operates the lights without requiring the ignition switch to be on.
Many modern Subarus have a small rocker switch on top of the steering column to operate the parking lights with. This switch will operate the lights regardless of whether the key is in the ignition or not.
It's on the top of the steering column, just behind the steering wheel.
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
the bottom beside the pipes
Subaru uses a red parking light button on top of the steering wheel column - it acts as an on-off toggle so the driver can activate the parking lights (instead of hazards) to allow other drivers to see the car in the dark.
The short answer would be to turn on the parking lights.However, here's a little more detail. Subaru has begun designing cars that turn off accessories when the ignition is cut off. This includes cigar lighter plugs, headlights, parking lights, etc. The switch on top of your steering column is to allow you to bypass the system and turn on your parking lights when the ignition is off...which would be useful if you broke down on the side of the road at night.
on my 93 impreza wagon, they are manual. located on top of the steering column. designed so the parking lights will not be left on mistakenly, causing battery drain. cup holder hides above radio
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.
Some Subarus have a switch on the top of the steering column that turns on the parking lights. Hopefully this is the problem and would be an easy fix. Daniel
Check the plug-in for the trailer lights, if it has one. If not, check the Headlight switch. It probably has a burnt wire.
Check the grounds on headlights
chek the switch on top of steering column
Yes. You need a converter to combine the turn signals with the brake lights.
The most likely answer is that the parking light switch on top of the steering column is turned on. --Ken The parking light switch is turned off,the engine is turned off,they are still flashing
My 2000 model has a switch on top of the steering column for leaving the parking lights on when the engine is off. I don't know if the 2001 has one also, but if it does, try switching that.
There is a second light switch that activates the parking lights without the key being on. It is on top of the steering column behind the steering wheel. If this switch is turned off and the lights remain on when the key is off, there is a malfunction in this circuit.
Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,
Did you you clean the car lately? try the switch on top of steering column, it is for park lights. easy to bump when cleaning car.
rocker switch n top uf steering colum either in on position or faulty