Should be normal since I already found the circuit/fuse that was causing the draw. I actually have to get a couple more resistors. Fried 2 already doing the testing. It was actually hot. I'm hoping it is just a relay which makes sense for the amount of draw.
As I said, put the fuses back. Set up a battery amp draw and start pulling relays one at a time. When it drops, you found it. Remember that having the door open will have a light on, and that is a draw.
The high power relays should be under the hood on the fire wall. Cars have them in different places. Can be under the passenger side under the glove box, or I think there may be some under the rear seat on newer cars. I believe I mentioned the power antenna relay, that is in the trunk on the antenna. Start with that one.
O.K. well I tried using my multimeter across the positive post and connector and I couldn't get no reading on 200m or any amps. I switched to volts and it would read. Some reason wasn't getting nothing so I was like i'll just hook my buzzer into the fuse port under the hood and check the relays that way. Well I start to check the ones under the hood and they have those green locks through the back so it is gonna be hard as heck to do. I have an idea to go ahead and do the relay for power antenna in trunk first figuring it will be easier to get to. I finally get to it and as soon as I pull it apart...................WALA!!!!!!!! the buzzer quit!! So is this as simple as getting a new relay???? I surely damn appreciate all the help!!!