You will have to hunt down the circuit that is draining the battery. Start checking voltage with a multi meter, once you find a wire with voltage on it and everything is off, you may have found your drain. BUT, make sure that the wire you have voltage on is not supposed to have voltage on it... For instance, if your hood is up, and you are detecting voltage on the circuit for the hood light... use some common sense...
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