think i will try the battery disconnect switch. looked at them on the net. anywhere from $7-14. easier than R/R of the neg terminal every time i drive one of them. thanks for that suggestion.It may be normal. Might be worth your while to get a trickle charger pr battery disconnect switch... or to start up the cars and let them run for 5 or ten minutes once a week. I've been doing this since I lost my license in march and haven't had a problem. One common drain is aftermarket radios.
thanks for the replies. i have four cars so they dont get driven sometimes.
as for the light test. could i just hook a meter up the same way, and watch the voltage while taking out the fuses?? why not just read across the fuses??? wouldnt the voltage show
as for the radios, the aftermarket radio in my 300e does not work, so i dont think it is the problem. i disconnected the battery, charged it back up and when i connected the neg terminal i saw spark so i know that something in the car is
pulling some current even with everything off. is there some current draw that is normal or should there be none when the car has nothing turned on in it?