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Battery Drain on my 2000 Town & Country

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I am measuring still have about .1 amp draw with everything off after several hours of shutting the ignition off. Tried pulling fuses and find the only one that reduces the draw is the EATX fuse. When I pull that the draw drops to about .04 amps or less. When I reinstall the fuse the relay snaps and the draw goes back to .1. I tried to pull the EATX relay but no change as long as the fuse is in. Also switched a couple of relays but no change. Any ideas what might be the solution?
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Wow.........what are the odds. I have the EXACT same van with the EXACT same problem. Current draw remains at @65 milliamps until the EATX fuse is pulled. Then draw drops to 12 milliamps or so. It happened to be the first fuse I pulled................couldn't do that again! Any input or experiences would be greatly appreciated.
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