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Tail lights and marker lights stay on

I have a 1996 subaru imprezza outback and my headlights go out but the side lights and tail lights stay on. I had to pull the fuse to get them to shut off. What might be the problem.

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  • roostie_d Feb 25, 2009

    I have the same problem and I was taking out the fuse on the fuse box under the bonnet every time i turned the engine off. I will try that later and see if it resolves the problem. Cheers guys!

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On my 2004 Impreza ther is a switch on top of steering column that turns those lights on all the time. Look for that switch.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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Hi it could be as simple as the switch for them get the side lets to stay on and mess around with the switch check for any flickering in the lights to confirm this, Hope this helps

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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Hi ya can any one tell me where is the side relay located on the subaru impreza 95 its an import so dont know if that makes any difference cheers wayne

Posted on Mar 12, 2010

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