Question about 2004 Subaru Outback
For $5-$10 you can buy a 12 volt test light at auto store or hardware store if you don't already have one. Multimeter will work too. Probe (poke) wires going to motor for power when you hit switch. Should light up on one, when switch one way, and other wire when switch pushed other way. Just reverses polarity to move motor in different direction. If no power on any, then I'd go to switch and poke for wire with constant power at one of the terminals. If constant source going into switch, but nothing getting to motor, then I'd replace switch.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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