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Hello and thank you for that information.
Here is a test you can use to help pinpoint the battery draw (provided the battery is good and fully charged).
Disconnect the negative battery terminal. Put a test light between the negative cable and the negative battery terminal. With the key out of the ignition switch and the vehicle just sitting there (make sure the doors are closed) the test light should not light up bright. If it does, there is a draw! Disconnect one fuse at a time until the test light goes out. When it does, you have found the circuit that the draw is on! Let me know which fuse the draw is on and I can pull a wiring diagram for you to help pinpoint the root cause.
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