Left fuse out. So far so good. - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
It's been a week since I left fuse 05 out of the car. Luckily, it doesn't affect that much. Haven't had any mystery drain. I did check for anything obvious like jammed or stuck buttons.
So it's definitely that one. I plan to put the fuse back in but unplug the seat. That should tell me whether something is going wrong at the harness or, more likely, in the seat assembly.
Not sure what I expect to find, or what I can do to figure out what's causing a small amount of current draw.
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