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Old 05-17-2015, 12:30 PM   #1
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Head light will not turn off

My rig has been setting beside my house for about 3 weeks now and for some reason, one of the headlights is on and I cannot figure out how to turn it off. It is the most outside light of the three on each side. I think this is the running lights. We had a huge ran storm with some high winds yesterday, so I am thinking something could have gotten wet and caused the lights to come on and may go out when ever the water dries out.

Any one else had this problem or have any idea how to turn them off? I have pushed every button and switch that I know.

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I had problems with the drive lights on 2007 TS Alante. The rocker switch is to the left side of driver's seat. The lights would not go off. Bad switch. Replaced switch and same problem happened later. Replaces switch again. Same problem. My tech says that the switch is not heavy enough to carry the load for the lights. I don't use them any more. Very little night driving. Use regular lights during the day.
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I had problems with the drive lights on 2007 TS Alante. The rocker switch is to the left side of driver's seat. The lights would not go off. Bad switch. Replaced switch and same problem happened later. Replaces switch again. Same problem. My tech says that the switch is not heavy enough to carry the load for the lights. I don't use them any more. Very little night driving. Use regular lights during the day.
Thanks Dave. I will take a look at the switch.
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Well, the lights seem to have fixed themselves. I was walking in front of the motorhome and saw the 2 outer lights flashing very fast like strobe lights, and then they went out. With my luck, they might come back on as mysteriously as they went out.

They must have been wet from the rain. That is all I can think of that would cause this. On my Newmar gas rig I use to have, when you used the windshield wipesr when raining, they would not turn off due to water getting in the controls. Could be something similar here.
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Its raining again tonight and my lights have come back on again. Got to figure out where the rain is getting into the wiring for the headlights.
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