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instrument meter replacement?

Hi:
I have a 2017 700 pioneer. it has a voltage leak that drains the battery about every 4-5 days. When I unplug the wire harness to the dash display, the voltage leak stops. I am now thinking the leak has to be in the dash display, instrument meter, or the meter harness.
My question is:: do I have to remove the dash to remove the instrument digital display? and what is the normal amp draw from the battery when everything is normal? It now draws 25m amps.



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Just thought I would post what I found. The instrument panel can be removed without removing the entire dash. Also .25m amps is well below the maximum draw limits.
So I am back to where I started. What could cause the engine to turn over slower then normal after a couple of days if there is no electrical drain.
When the machine turns over slower then normal it usually will not start.The battery is a new Yuasa in fact it is the second one I have used in the machine. I brought the starter in and had that tested. Tech said it was fine.

Anyone with any ideas?? because outside of Gremlins I am stumped.

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