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Old 03-11-2017, 01:16 PM   #1
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DRL won't turn off till bat switch is turned off

Working on a 2005 holiday rambler ambassador. DRL stay on even when ignition is off and parked. Pull fuse and still on. Only way to turn them off is to turn off chassis batteries. Horn does not work either. Any suggestions
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Working on a 2005 holiday rambler ambassador. DRL stay on even when ignition is off and parked. Pull fuse and still on. Only way to turn them off is to turn off chassis batteries. Horn does not work either. Any suggestions
If your MH has the "headlight fix" that added relays into the system to make headlights brighter, you may have a bad relay. If not, maybe the headlight switch itself. Low beams or high beams on? Answer to that might help you narrow it down to a particular circuit. Good luck.
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DRL module may be bad, have seen them turn lights on & off randomly while parked.
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My DRL module is on the top of the front run bay. It is a finned metal box. Just unplug the module to disable DRL. I needed to do that when I added HID low beams to prevent flickering.
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