Could be a bad turn signal flasher
Could be a bad bulb or socket - try removing one bulb at a time to check Could be a bad switch in steering column Could be a bad flasher
You might have a bulb that is burnt out which will cause your signal light or even tail light to stay on
Yes and it may have 2 flasher relays. I could tell you if you had listed the year.
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It COULD be a blown fuse. Check the fuse panel. It COULD by a blown flasher unit. If the fuse is OK, change the flasher.
The turn signal switch in the colum could be bad COULD B the TurnSignal switch OR the Flasher 4 the Emergency FLASHERS (because there is 2(two) Flashers & the Brake light Switch on the Brake pedal could B Bad.(turnsignals Have there OWN Flasher) the emergency flasher switch has 3 electrical contacts.sometimes they overheat and melt into the red flasher switch deforming the whole switch.unfortunatly the whole blinker and flasher needs to be replaced.
Not that I have seen. However, if you need the audio reminder that your signals are on, you could wire a buzzer from Radio Shack in parallel with the flasher circuit. Should be relatively simple once you locate and identify the wires going to the flasher. A Subaru service manual (less than $10 in electronic format on eBay) will be very helpful in identifying the wires you want on a wiring diagram and for component location. Good luck.
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If both sides are out as well as the hazard lights then the flasher relay is suspect.