Origineel bericht door: Josiah ,
There could be a light on that you aren't noticing. There could also be a short in the wiring some place. To narrow down the problem you would put a multimeter set to the highest amperage it has in series with the battery and remove the main fuses one at a time until the current drops to approximately 0.2 A or less. That's the circuit the short is on. This should be done with the key off and the doors closed. The owner's manual should describe what each fuse is for. Is there an under hood light on that vehicle? It could be bent into a position that leaves it on.