My battery has been going dead when sitting for a few days. I checked at battery for a draw and found a 200ma draw that went away with tail lamps fuse pulled. Before that I had replaced 3 of the tail lamp sockets. How can I determine if one or more are causing the draw, and it not the sockets themselves, how can I pinpoint the draw. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Put the fuse back in and take each bulb out separately to see when the draw dis appears.
July, 7, 2012 AT 5:48 PM
I found it. I did as you suggested - no change. I unplugged the tail light harness where it comes into the trunk from under the back seat - no change. I checked the fuse box and found next to the tail light fuse, a spade to connect accessories to that was a fused battery + which I had a radio wire connected to. I moved wire to ign + spade and draw was eliminated. Radio was not connected to speakers so I did not know it was always on.
Thank you for helpful advice and quick response.