I am trying to find out if bypassing my BOSE amplifier that came originally with the car could have introduced 2 new problems. Immediately after I bypassed the amplifier my SRS light showed and the quiescent current consumption of the car is 860mA (the spec says it should be <=50mA) which destroyed my battery after 3 days of not driving the car. The original tape radio is Alpine CM1910 (208 820 11 86) and it controls the original BOSE amplifier AMP,3300,R170 RC,PROD (170 820 06 89) and the original CD-changer. I bypassed the amplifier by removing its connector completely and shorted the wires for the speakers so that a circuit is complete between each speaker and the new radio Pioneer 6800MP (MP3,WMA,Satelite Radio, etc). The new radio works fine. It's hard to believe that the amplifier removal is related to the SRS and quiescent current problem but maybe somebody has had similar experience? Is there a subwoofer that the amplifier was supposed to shutdown when the car is locked and now it's draining power? The bigger portion of the quiescent current is the trunk lamp not turning off after the car is locked (I lowered the quiescent consumption to 160mA after removing it). Does anybody know where the sensor for that trunk lamp is?