As you have a current reading at the battery, I assume you have a meter/know how...
So... put the meter in series w/bat feed and start pulling fuses/relays to isolate the system and go from there.
Don't make the mistake of taking an instant reading, as the systems have to power down... [ couple of min should do]
Note * I use a small portable 12v bat from a
power fail/ emergency lighting system to hook up to +/- cables when disconnecting battery to save radio codes/etc....
Last edited by Arthur Dalton; 02-01-2003 at 06:45 PM.