Oh, this is a fun one.
('87 GL Wagon)
Was on a lunch break at work last week.
Decided to hose the dust off the car.
Finished up, shut the hose off, looped it on the loopy.
Turned around and my tail lights were on.
Baffled, I unlocked and opened the driver-side door, peered inside as if I was going to locate the problem, paused, realized... "****!"
Long story short, it's been a week and it hasn't rained.
If whatever got wet was going to dry out, it would've by now.
(The fuse box inside the cabin is dry by the way)
I found the fuse within the circuit, so I've been pulling it everytime I park.
Now, there is a plethora of custom electrical work on this rig.
Meaning, I'm asking for help regarding what it could be though things could be different.
Fuse 4 seems to be the guy that stops the non-sense.
What, I say what would cause the rear tail lights, as well as the front indicators to stay on, with the car off, keys outta the ignition?
Thank you, thank you all in advance.