Not sure if there is an individual fuse for those, but it's worth checking in the owner's manual. I doubt there is, but again, check first, as you always want to start with the simplest stuff. If it isn't that, I would speculate you fried those switches and will need to get replacements unfortunately.
Water definitely isn't good for electronics. One of the reasons I laugh my ass off when I see people with "snorkels" acting like they are going to ford rivers with water up to the hood. Yeah... you do that and let me know afterwards how many electrical issues you have
Have you taken the bar out? I'm not sure if it's one big switch panel or a series of different switches. If it's a series of different switches, then I'm guessing you got lucky and some of them fried while the others didn't (hence why some work and some don't).
I have no power when she gets wet - that's a good problem to have.
Seriously, get a hair dryer and blow under her skirt. Don't think dirty now but here is how you do it. Through the globe compartment you can blow the shit out of it until you get the inside dry. View attachment 114522
Thanks , looks like I have to replace the gang switch panel. I was thinking maybe it was a fuse but all checked out fine. Still no power for the Trav. control ,downhill assist , heated seats and aux. power