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Hi, Just had a solution from MustGo which was excellent, wanted to ask something else but ended thread in error! Can't get the reversing (or back-up) light to work on my Subaru Legacy GT estate 1995. Checked fuses, bulb holder, bulbs etc but no good. MustGo told about the switch to check but where is it, how do I find it??? Side/top/bottom of gear-box??? help!! Thanks!

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It is on the drivers side of the gearbox

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