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Can you do the same thing you did but this time set your meter to DC milliamps?
When you remove all the fuses were the doors closed when getting this reading and were all fuses removed and left out?
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Can you get me the mA reading for the draw and this time remove and leave the fuses out. I have a fuse diagram if you do not have a owners manual.
That will be perfect. I am just one state north of you.
Sorry but I do not do electrical diag over the phone, there is to much time delay while waiting on test results. Though someone else will call you if they feel they can help.
I thought you were going to get help over the phone so I signed off to go to a 6 year old Bday party. I have never tried a parasitic draw on a voltage setting since Ford does state to do it that way. So with a 11 volt reading I can not tell how much of a drain you have, to even give you a hint where to look. You remove and leave out all fuses per the test to diagnose this. I can share that test with you if you would like. Many things are powered through more than one fuse so you would remove all fuses till you saw the mA draw drop significant to around 80 mA or less.
Amps drawn from the battery is what kills it, not volts.