Would you be saying to use something like alligator clips to the + battery terminal then pull the fuses individually to get readings after some timeframe to allow the functions to sleep? Yes I'm the PO of said SAAB!
Ok the timeline. My son owns the 2007 SAAB and was having the battery drain i.e. post #1. I live near one of the nationally known SAAB independent shops so I got the SAAB and had it for a week before getting an appointment, that was when I kept it on a battery tender, and no problems. The shop had it for a few days to diagnose the problem. In the end the shop determined the drain was normal but couldn't find out much information (CCA) on the installed battery, so suspected it was possibly the problem. After getting it back from the shop I drove it for another few days without using the battery tender with no problems with 7-10 mile trips. With respect to the freewheeling, my son does a lot of coasting down hills with the car in neutral so the engine is at idle rpm. I assume the battery not being recharged at 900 rpm thus is at a lower state of charge when it comes time to start the next day. What do you think?I'm confused...you say you had the car but then your follow up is "the shop" and "they" and then you are daily driving it?...whatever, it was never broken and we are all "free wheeling". 😁