2014 24R. I noticed the left rear tail light was on this morning on my parked Solera. Just that one. I don't know how long it had been on. Headlight switch was in off position. Toggled the dash switch back and forth several times, left tail still on. Disconnected battery in footwell. Tail still on. Switched coach batteries off. Left tail still on! Where the heck is the power coming from to power the tail light?????
(I am plugged into shore power.)
7 hours later, still on.
8 hours later, it's off.
Toggled headlight switch, works OK. Now that it's working, when toggling the headlight switch, I can hear the click of what sounds like a relay coming from the rear compartment where that fuse panel is located. No one needs a parasitic drain like this, especially if it evidently comes and goes of it's own free will.
Does any one know if there is a relay back there for the rear lights? If it's bad, I want it replaced.
Does anyone know why the tail stayed on when the batteries were disconnected?