Question about 1994 Subaru Loyale
My running lights won't go out even if I turn off the car. I have to disconnect the battery so that it won't go dead.
I found this from another owner with a similar problem. I plan to pull the 15 amp flasher fuse first, then try to replace the hazard flaher unit relay. The hazard flasher unit needs to be replaced. I've taken the knee bolster off, removed the hood release lever, but I can't get the electrical connector unplugged, nor can I get to the flasher retaining screw to remove it. Any suggestions?
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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