At first it was about 2-3 amps(have an old Simpson meter, hard to read it), then after about a minute, it settled down maybe 0.3 or somewhere in that area. Today, I just took the radio fuse out of the fuse center under the hood after letting the engine idle about 30 mins. Then something just told me to check the 2 bolts that hold the alternator on. They were both loose, so I tightened them up to specs. I checked every other ground wire I could find, except the starter. The one at the engine block was loose also. After that, I took the fuse out of the radio, hooked my ampmeter to the slots, and shut the door, and locked it with my key fob. The radio circuit jumped up to about 2 0r 3, then settled down to almost zero. I watched the meter for a half a pack of cigs and 2 co-colas, and the ampmeter never moved.
Thursday, July 26th, 2007 AT 7:12 PM