Originally Posted by Stmpede
Why have you ruled out the battery? The easiest way to determine if you have a drain is to put a multimeter in series with the battery and see how many amps the car is drawing with everything off. The car will naturally draw a little bit for the ecu and clock etc but I forget exactly what it should be. I think it was discussed it in a thread just a few days ago, so you should be able to do a search and find it on here.
I haven't driven the truck much in the last year and half that I have owned it. This problem just started in the last week.
I took it to Checker and they tested it all for me. The starter, alternator and battery are all good. I think it might be ignition based since the last time I started it there was some stuttering and then with a little gas it started. That or he's just grumpy that I haven't been around much
Now I am back to cleaning up the fuse/wire mess from all the lights I don't have anymore.
Do all trucks come with the wiring for AC? I have two realy looking things in my passenger footwell that do not have any wires on one side. They are mounted to the truck and wrapped in tape. I can see that they go into the mess of a fuse area but I can't tell if they are wired into fuses or go through the bulkhead there. One is red and the other is black. Probably 10 wires total in that area. I have wires that connect to fuses in the space for AC (according the the fuse cover map) so I was thinking maybe LR put the harness in place.