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subaru does not use such a switch.
you have a simple no start condition
begin by checking the camshaft and crankshaft sensors, this generation of legacy had issues with these sensors.
After that go with the common items next, test the battery and starter for correct operation.
Good Evening, your inertia (shut off) switch is located in the trunk, the manuals say on the right hand side of the luggage compartment (trunk). There is typically an access hole about the side of a quarter, as long as it is a sedan if it is a wagon it's behind the quarter panel trim same general are with no access hole. I hope this helps, and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask. Thanks, Joey
This "switch" if equipped on the year, make and model, will either be located under the hood, or in or near the trunk area. I highly suggest contacting an auto parts dealer and have them look up your car and find out if this switch is equipped on your car.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.