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Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: Hazard warning flasher setting

1. Perform the preparation steps according to "Preparation for car settings"

Hazard warning flasher setting

2. Operate the " " or " " switch to select the "Hazard Warning Flasher" item.Then push the button.

Hazard warning flasher setting

3. The current setting will be displayed.

Push the button to enter the selection mode.

Hazard warning flasher setting

4. Select "On" or "Off" by operating the " " or "  " switch. Then push the button.

Hazard warning flasher setting

5. Select "Set" by operating the "  " switch, and confirm the setting by pushing the button.

Hazard warning flasher setting

6. The system will notify you that the setting is complete.

If the setting is not available, the following notification will be displayed. In this case, perform the setting procedure again.

Hazard warning flasher setting

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