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I'm assuming you are referring to a Subaru - there is a switch on top of the steering column.
It's a 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
In the underhood fuse block, fuse B should get the lights out. I really suspect the switch. It also could be fuse 2 - there is some controversy amongst the wiring diagrams
According my owners manual, there should be a fuse block in front of the air filter. All I've got there is my air filter and battery. The only fuses I have access to are under the dash.
Thanks so much! The fuses idea worked! I pulled the fog light fuse under the dash and the lights went off. Why is it that the pictures in the owners manual never match the object it comes with. I really appreciate your help. I'll check with a mechanic in the morning about what could be causing the problem. Thanks again for being there.
All the light controls on this car are on an arm coming off the steering column, and yes, some light operations require that you pull the end out and adjust accordingly. I tried that over and over and the fog, or parking lights just wouldn't go off. They're off now, and everything else seems to work, so I'm happy.
Thanks for your help.