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Persistent dead battery in '01 S led me to connect my ammeter to the negative lead and found .9A flowing with nothing on. Traced it to fuse B1 which Bentley says goes to Bridge Point 9/2 and the upper right quadrant of Relay Socket 27 in Relay Panel 1. I found that location but there appears to be nothing there. Any ideas on how I find where my leaky current is going?

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Persistent dead battery in '01 S led me to connect my ammeter to the negative lead and found .9A flowing with nothing on. Traced it to fuse B1 which Bentley says goes to Bridge Point 9/2 and the upper right quadrant of Relay Socket 27 in Relay Panel 1. I found that location but there appears to be nothing there. Any ideas on how I find where my leaky current is going?

 

Pull fuse B1 and see what stops working.

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Got this as a wet roller last month so after drying it out I am still learning what works and what doesn't.  Bentley shows instruments, OBD2 and PSM on B1.  Checked power lead to OBD2 and looks OK.  Will remove cluster and poke around manyanna.  I thought I would do a complete fuse inventory and found 8 discrepancies, one of which was B1.  Bentley says 15A, my B1 had 30A.  More tomorrow.

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