I am having issues with my car in that my electric window circuit appears to be taking .2A when the car is off.
I have access to the wiring diagram for this circuit and there is a relay (T13) before the two fuses fuses (F47, F48) that supply the two motors (N060,N061). In the wiring diagram it clearly shows a coil inside the relay, but the actual relay is quite different.
I was under the impression that a relay always had a coil. From what I can see here is just a direct connection between two pins.
I have attached the wiring diagram. You can see the T13 relay I am talking about within B002.
I swapped a different relay for this jumper style relay and it did not work.
Unfortunately, this means that culling my parasitic drain will be more difficult than originally thought.
So the situation as it stands right now is that I am getting a .1A current draw from each of the two fuses that directly supply either window motor.
One thing I have noticed is that there is clicking in either door when I put one of the respective fuses back in. This would lead me to believe that there is some sort of relay in the door itself.
On the other hand, is it in the realm of possibility that .2A is not a parasitic drain and this is in fact standard. Should my car battery be able to cope with this? As a reference, the battery is roughly 12.7v when fully charged and if I leave it for 10 hours, it dips to roughly 12.25v. The battery is 60Ah