According to this answer:
Kilesa has a residual impression which is called vāsanā which even arhats have. Only a Buddha eliminates that. This is what drives habits. Many habits are reflexive and there no much thoughts of the intention behind it. If it is purely reflexive it does not have karmic consequences.
Are vasana or residual impressions found in the Pali Canon? Preferably in the Sutta Pitaka.
What about the statement that arhats or arahants still have vasanas, but Buddha does not? Is this also in the Pali Canon?
Would arahants still have impressions although they had eliminated latent tendencies (anusaya)?