OK guys, I goterdone!
According to the wiring diagram (316441485) the "Element On" light on the panel is listed as the "Surface Indicator". So, I found the surface indicator is controlled by two steering diodes located on the Simmer Select Board. Both diodes measured good. At this point I figured I need to find out witch circuit is sending the 110v. So I powered it up and found the P1(2) was giving me the 110v (Left Surface Unit). The P connector on the left surface control drives this line and was always 110v (switch on or off). This wire also goes to the cooktop lockout board. This looks like an input line because it drives the anode of a another steering diode. So I disconnected the purple wire from the P contact of the switch and the light went out. The P contact remains 110v no matter if the switch is on or off (looks like a sore thumb here). So I unplugged the stove and moved to the Ohm meter. The L1, H1, and P connector all measure 0 Ohms no matter if the switch on or off. I measured the other surface switch in that housing (L2, H2) and that contact is working OK. So it looks like the coil was turning off but only by one side. I need to replace the switch.
This sure sounds like it should have been part of the recall. If both of these switches would have shorted the element would have come on! Does anyone know the part number of the recalled switch in question?