|Sounds like your meter is junk first of all. A light bulb will draw about an
|amp at least, of course it depends on the lamp, a blower can pull 20 EASY on
|high. Your first step better be: make sure your test equipment is working
|correctly. You can also put a test light in series with the battery and
|cable(just like your meter was hooked up). If you have a draw it will light
|the lamp, a small but still battery killing draw will show a dim lamp. The
|bigger the draw the brighter it will be. Of course you cant test with a
|completely dead battery. Are you sure you just dont have a bad battery or
|something simple like a glove box, under hood, or trunk light stuck on? Or
|maybe even a cell phone charger gone haywire?GL
My procedure would be this:
put something ( like your lightbulb ) between batter + post and the
cable to measure current draw.
With ignition off, and key removed, I would start pulling fuses 1 by
1, and then reinserting them, to find the -circuit- in which the
this would include the fuses under the hood as well as the ones in the
Once I narrowed it down to the -circuit-, it would be relatively easy
to find the culprit.
First thing is to find the circuit with the problem. IMO.