Okay. Let's just go ahead and do a draw test and then unhook the cluster and see what the draw drops too.
Here is how we do this in case you are unsure. Set your meter to milliamps. Make sure you red lead is in the correct port for amperage and then the black lead is in the normal ground port.
Unhook the negative battery cable and connect the leads, one to the negative battery post and then other to the negative battery cable. Then tell me the amperage or just take a picture of the meter and then unhook the cluster and let's see what it drops to.
To fix this, I suspect the issue is contained in the cluster because it looks like the PRNDL lights are controlled by the drive circuit contained in the cluster.
Let me know if you have questions about this and we can go from there. Thanks
Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 AT 6:05 PM