Question about 2000 Subaru Outback
Sometimes the signals and hazards would work sometimes not. Now they have stopped altogether. I have replaced the flasher and it didn't help. I saw on a message board that it could be the hazard control switch and ordered it from the dealer. I took the car apart this evening and the plug on the hazard switch on the dash is burnt. The contacts are not melted simply discolored where it appears to have been hot. Is this the switch they are selling me and do you think this could be the problem?
Yes these switches can go bad. If it looks bad replace it. I have had switches like this do the same thing after several years of use.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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