You need to do a current draw test, You need to hook up an AMP meter between Battery Pos + and the battery Pos + terminal ( you will not be able to start the car like this but you don't have to to do the test) Now with the key turned off and doors closed, read what the Amp gauge is showing it should only be about.05 -.5 Amp Max. If it is up around 1 Amp or higher something is drawing current when it should not. Now the really clever bit, remove each fuse one at a time and note what happens to the Amp gauge, If you remove a fuse and the gauge drops back to less then.4.5 you have isolated the circuit that is draining the power, check the fuse cover to see what it is powering, often it is a faulty boot light or glove box light that is at fault, but it bight be a relay stuck on that is draining the power, Remember that the radio fuse will always be active as it need power for the memory as dose the E.F. I. Fuse, so look for one that may have a larger than normally draw and you will be well on the way to locating the fault.
Thursday, September 13th, 2007 AT 1:00 AM