Originally Posted by dylan215
nah its just a little fuse it clicks and when i pull it it stops, but it only does it when i have the negative cable removed from the battery, when everyhing is hooked up it is fine. im gonna pull up my carpet tomorrow and see if the ground buss is what is draining my battery, if it is the problem how should i go about cleaing it and fixing the problem for good? do you think maybe since it is getting warm out now it is drying out the ground and that i why it isnt happening as much? also is it a pain to pull up the carpet?
First, Welcome to BC. Are you absolutely sure this is a fuse that is clicking? If so, I've never heard of anything that strange, and I certainly hope that what ever it is, it does stop clicking when you pull it. The grounding bus under the carpet can not cause battery drain. Now the fact that it may be corroded can cause other problems. You need to focus on those components that you mentioned above, the horn, interior lights, and power locks. One of those items may be grounded and is more than likely the source of your problem with parasitic drain on the battery.
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