Thanks to both of you for your replies. I had the dealer perform checks on the system Capt. Mike suggested including the starter, etc. Also, the battery is not only acting as a pass through. This has helped me rule these out as a possibility. I do not own an ammeter, but at this point I should invest in one. The fridge is not the problem, because several times I've left it on, I even left the parking lights on once and it started. In the winter it would sit for a month and start, even though that battery was already in need of replacement. I will try removing the A/C from the circuitry. I did not realize that had so much draw on the system. .....UPDATED: Found the answer. The extra current is the result of the A/C. If the temp gauge is turned on, even though the fan isn't, it draws way too much on the battery. Because the fan is not running, I did not notice it being on in the past, that and the starter needed replacing. That explains why there was no draw when it was off. I noticed the dial had been turned on (someone looking at it probably) and turned it off. I was ok for over a month until I ran the A/C. Anyway, thanks to all the help here, I've been able to get it running beautifully!