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You have not unplugged everything - otherwise you would have found cause of drain. Hook up ammeter to battery and turn ignition off. Wait about a half hour - take reading on meter then and one by one disconnect and reconnect individual fuses until you find the circuit that has the item drawing the juice that is draining your battery.
Posted on Dec 30, 2016
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