I seem to recall that Donna D did this? Maybe? I can't remember who else did...
So I have maybe changed my mind, and i'm now thinking it would be nice... on our 2017 21' .... to have 3 dedicated exterior lights on one interior switch. Added at build.
As the double pane windows are pretty 'tinted' .....
late at night... shining a flashlight out a window might not do much good....
- for those who have done it.... how exactly did you implement exterior lights, on one (?) internal switch?
We wont get the optional front window on our 21'
so my thought was to leave the 2 Standard lights alone:
on passenger side porch, (and maybe pop in an amber lens, for more relaxed night time usage)
and on Driver Side above sewer connections
and *ADD* 3 lights on the Escape - all on one interior switch - on the passenger side, the rear, and the drivers side. (all up high - ?)
so if i hear mysterious sounds outside, (or need to quickly setup camp in the dark) i flip one switch, and then I can see all 3 sides. (and turn off as soon as possible)
my only thought was.... if someone was forgetful
and turned off one of these lights locally, then no way to turn on remotely, correct? (till the local switch was turned back on)
or could i specify exterior lights that didn't have a (local) ON-OFF switch? (do they exist?)
I bet i'd have to provide them.
any other ideas for implementation?