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How do you change the drive shift light on a 1998 Subaru forester?

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Carefully pry the cover from around the shifter, usually rear toward front easiest. Then you will see the light fixture. If you still don't see it and need to you can remove the 2 screws at the rear which release the cover from floor pan. then you can lift it to reach easier. Hope this helps and have a good day.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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