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I want to know what is use of button over driveing wheel ?

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If it is on top it is the "parking lights". On Subaru's when you turn the car off the headlights go off also to prevent you from leaving the lights on and draining the battery. But just in case you need the parking lights on they made a separate switch on the top of the steering column.


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