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Thanks for the info.
I really have no idea what that relais does. It's a 40A relais indicating quite a lot of current may pass. I not been able to find a single function not working with this relais pulled.

If you check the attachment you can see the relais at the very top. The fuse I pulled that makes the largest difference is the 4th from the bottom, the yellow 20A fuse (labeled Coupe Sonso).

Shutdown of the car in relation to current drain is:
Fully operational, interiorlights and dash on 4,2A,
Immediately after locking the car using the key card the current drain is 1,4A.
About 20 seconds (not timed) after that current drops to about 80mA en about 20 seconds (not timed) after that it drops to about 20mA with short spikes of about 80mA. As far as I can tell that is the final state.
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