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You do know that on Subaru's there is a switch on the steering collum that runs the running lights? If that's off the mark, then check your fuses. The one you will be looking for is marked "tail" in the fuse box.
I would suggest getting a repair manuel from you local auto store, it will save you a lot of trouble. Also, check the fuses first, and if it is your fan, check Amazon, they have great prices on the entire fan assemply. If you buy the parts from the dealership, chances are they will just sell you the motor for three times the price and five times the hassel.
Hello, I am a Subaru certified tech. I had the same problem w/ my '94 legacy wagon. I replaced the alternator and the battery and made sure my alternator fuse wasn't blown in the fuse box. I haven't had a problem since. I have never trusted any after market parts store to test anything. Hope this info helps...(subytech1)...