Question about Subaru Outback
Have you checked the fuse? I'm not sure where the fuse-box is for your car, but when you find it , look for the fuse marked "Park Lights" . Pull out the fuse, and have a look at it. You'll see some metal in the middle. This should all be one piece. If you see two pieces of metal, that means the fuse is burnt out and needs replacing. It will have a number on it, probably 10 or 15. Replace it with another fuse of the same number. You'll probably find the fusebox under the dash, on the driver's side. Hope this helps.
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