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1996...Subaru Outback... Hi...this is the girl you just answered with the backup light issue...its a 5 spd...where do I lok to find the relay switch plse?

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  • Carrie Comeau
    Carrie Comeau Jul 01, 2008

    Hi...there is no switch under the shifter...when you say power station do you mean the wiring harness? Its a 1996...manufacture date is 03, 1996.

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It will be inside the shiter assembly where the switch is located you did test the continuity of that switch right ? it might be located under the hood as well in the power station what is the year and model and ill try and find wireing diagram motor size as well

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

  • james cox
    james cox Jul 01, 2008

    power station is a place like a fuse box but its under the hood black plastic box containing heavy 30 amp fuses and relays i supose you could call it the relay center as well . there will be a fuse and a relay for foglights and other high amp items . if there is no switch in the shifter boot area then check on the transmission there should be a switch on the outside of the transmission trace the backup light wires from back of car to switch location carrie jack up car and block wheels and use safe blocks as well please use caution going under car as its canada day and you want to celibrate with the rest of us ok

    ps i will find the wiredigram for car soon and ill send it to you ok

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