The Interstate 24X is equipped with a front high intensity light bar mounted to the roof rack, as well as side and rear camp-pod lights.
The switches to operate the front light bar and rear camp-pod lights are located on the dash just below the engine start button.
A second switch, to control the rear camp-pod lights can be found on the end of the passenger’s side rear bench seat and is accessed when the rear doors are open.
Two additional camp-pod lights are mounted on either side of the awning and are activated with the “Flood Light” switch on the side of the galley cabinet.
Warning - The exterior lights are not intended for on-road use and may be restricted by law. Traffic laws may require covering the lights when traveling on-road. Adhere to state and local laws pertaining to the legal use of the light accessories.
- The exterior lighting system draws approximately 30 amps of power. The lights should be used sparingly, when not connected to shore power, to conserve battery power.
- The exterior lights are wired directly to the house batteries and are controlled only from their dedicated switches. The lights will remain ON even if the battery disconnect switch is turned off.