Aliner Expedition Ground Aurora lights

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  1. jackquontee

    jackquontee Active Member

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    Anyone know how to turn off or disconnect them?
     
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    ~erik~ Active Member

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    I can't help. Don't know what "Ground Aurora lights" are.
     
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    You got me curious, apparently the Ground Aurora Package is an option that includes ground lighting. I couldn't find any description that would help to answer your question.
     
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    jackquontee Active Member

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    Neither have I been able to.
     
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    The Ground Aurora Package is a option that Aliner sells for all their models. The cost $235. There was no description in the Aliner brochure. I suggest you call a dealer for the description.
     
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    Give CNW the manufacturer of Aliner a call. They're always helpful with answers to the many questions I've asked.

    CNW: (724) 237-5227.

    Good luck.

    Happy Camping...[ALPU][PUT]
     
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    IMG-0532.JPG IMG-0533.JPG Well, I FINALLY got off my rear end and decided to follow up on this issue.

    I called CNW who informed me that there were two remote controls provided when I purchased my Expedition (apparently they were supposed to have been provided but weren't), one of which would have controlled the Aurora lights underneath the camper.

    Long story short, because I didn't have the remote I crawled under the camper and found where the wiring entered the camper (in the storage area between the sofabed and the cabinet/toilet section of the camper. There are four wires that can be disconnected and they shut off the lights. Where you see the light shining are the connectors.
     

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