This is extremely strange and may not have anything to do with the rain. There could be a short in the wiring system that is triggered by the atmospheric pressure in the air.
you need a new ignition tumbler.
If a 1987 Chevy Suburban has lights and horn, but no ignition, gauges, radio, or interior lights it could be a ground wire problem. It is possible that there is a short somewhere. Also check the dome light for a possible water leak in the headliner.
This is the electrical wiring that is used for lights, ignition, radio etc that is in a car
Probably a bad ignition switch or ignition lock cylinder. Good Luck!!
I asked that question when my 208 went in for its first service. The answer was that you can't. I have never known a car that has a radio you can't listen to without having the ignition on. Has it not occurred to them that you may want to listen to the radio whilst waiting anywhere?
Ignition off draw fuse/circuit It is used for dome lights, radio memory, etc.
Check all the fuses.. My power locks, radio, dome lights werent working. I looked at the "Radio-CLock" fuse it was good. I checked the others and and "Aux" fuse or seomthing was bad.
Check the ignition switch itself, sounds like it may be the problem.
on my Oldsmobile the radio will continue to play with ignition off until the door is opened
with the engine and ignition switched off .just press on/off switch on radio
If auto, it can be the neutras switch and if standard, it can be the clutch switch. Otherwise, take it to a garage as it can be the starter, solonoid, ignition switch or ????
it may not be you ignition relay, but your alternator.
Retained Accessory Power. When the Ignition is turned off, power will stay on for a short period of time for things like the radio, and interior lights.
Most likely the battery is weak and dying. Enough voltage and current to make the solenoid barely engage (clicking in and out), but plenty of current and voltage for the radio and some of the lights.
IGNITION SWITCH, UR RADIO'S SECONDARY POWER COMES FROM THE IGNITION SWITCH SO WHEN U TURN YOUR CAR OFF THE RADIO AND OTHER ACCESSORIES TURN OFF AS WELL.
check the ignition switch under the console on the steering column
if no warning and it just shuts down but dash lights and radio light up check ignition switch
The Ignition Off Draw fuse feeds radio memory, interior lights and items such as power mirrors, etc
Seized engine? Weak battery? Corroded or loose battery cables? Bad starter or starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
lights being on all night....radio...electronic matters such as so...
You probably have blown the fuse on the rear of the radio. There is a wire connected to your headlights that brings on the background lights inside the radio screen and another wire that has main power in plus another one for ignition on. One of the latter two will have a fuse inline and it should be blown. May be on the wire or built in to the back of the stereo. Have fun.
If you're using batteries, my best guess is this being caused by your stator and R/R.
Radio frequency Condensers (Capacitor) is used to reduce or eliminate ignition noise being received by the broadcast radio in the car.