I found it. And I lost it Its fuse. It's Maxi fuse S which said see fuse 4, 8, and 16. Also see Circuit breaker 12.
Only problem is it's not drawing power now. I pulled it in an out several times and watched the meter go up and down. I went to move the meter around the other side of hood so I could see it from inside the truck. Pulled the cover off the inside panel. Got my paper to check and see which fuses to check and glanced at amp meter and realized it read zero.
No blown fuses. meter connections good. Wiggled wires. Door. Truck. Thought about my big hammer in tool box. I give up for today.
CB 12 -
power door locks
power lumbar switch (if your seats have that)
Elec. shift control mod. (if your transfer case is elec.)
Fuse 8 -
Engine comp lt (was the hood light on?)
Pson inst clustr (that will draw less then a mA)
Radio (that can draw a bit when power is first applied, could be what you saw, will draw less then a mA when off)
Door switches (was the interior light on?)
inside cargo light
Power mirror switch
Fuse 4 -
Running lights (that would be several amp draw.
If you have an after market stereo in there, they will always cycle the cd mech when power is first applied which could be what you were seeing on the meter.
Also does the truck have a remote start or alarm in it? they can go bad and kill batteries.
Went looking for it again today. Couldn't find it at first and was giving up and putting wires back on solenoid when one sparked a little bit.
It was drawing from the 2 red wires that become one and go to the glow plug relay this time. It was 2 white wires yesterday. I'm thinking it might be in the switch or relay that is just not turning the power off. Its pretty strange that its a different wire.
I looked up ignition switch on auto zone site and it showed me a large square box that looks like a giant relay. Where does that go. I was expecting something you would shove a lock and key in.
Considering just running everything through a 100amp relay and put a toggle switch in dash. Key would just be to start it then.