Originally Posted by SheldonS
You should verify this by a current measurement. Disconnect one battery terminal and put an amp meter between the battery and disconnected terminal. You should read a current if something is discharging your battery. If so, then pull out and replace one fuse at a time to find the problem. The problem may be a wire short or bad switch that is turning on a circuit that should be off.
I have disconnected the negative terminal and put a light tester from the negative terminal to the neagtive wire, which resulted in the light coming on. I next pulled each fuse out one by one and the light never went out. should the light have gone out at any time or did i not do it correctly. I was told that had there been a bad circuit the light would have gone out when i pulled out the bad fuse. thanks again,
Travis and Becky