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Parking lights the parking lights on my 2002 outback sport will not turn off. my wife took it in for a carwash today and this afternoon we noticed the lights were still on. i tried all of the lights, even took the car for a drive, but nothing changed. I'm guessing that some water from the carwash is affecting wiring, but could be something else? Any suggested solutions?

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I had the same problem--turned out there's a switch on the steering column behind the steering wheel. You've probably found it by now, but wanted to share :)

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