glad you fixed it, just a final note on your question of checking the preglow relay for staying on after starting up. Yes you can unplug it (the smaller plug) after you start up the engine. I have seen this just a couple of times. It is more common for the relay not to work at and usually it is just the flat fuse that is blown. But what you found is definitely more common! Checking for a battery draw (drain) is the normal next step after checking the alternator and the battery....