Lots of rain recently. Came out to my car, sat in and put my feet in about
2 inches of water. Opened bonnet and the battery chamber was almost full to
overflowing. Managed to push out a grommet in the vicinity of the battery to
drain it & eventually got water out from front & rear driver side footwells
(UK Right hand drive car,,,) More or less dried everything out, but seems
to have left me with a few electrical gremlins
1. Electric windows do not work.
2. Alarm does not arm, or at least the direction indicators do not flash on
locking the car
3. All interior lights no longer work. Courtesy and reading lamps
All the fuses in the panel at the driver door side of the dash are intact.
Are there any boxes of electronics on the floor, or low down near the floor
behind any side trims that are associated with any of the functions affected
? Is the central locking control unit perhaps common to the problems? Where
is it located ? The wiring diagrams show the supply to all the interior
lights coming from it. Door switches are associated with both alarm and
courtesy lamps I guess.
Any sugestions folks ?