Finding a draw is a simple process of elimination exercise, but there are a couple essential tools you will need. First off you will need a battery disconnect switch like this one or similar.
You will need a side post adapter to go with it.
Next you will need a digital meter set to the highest AMP scale. Install the battery disconnect switch on the ground side of the battery. Clip the black lead of the meter to the battery end of the switch and the red led to the cable end. Make sure the switch is closed at this point. Close the doors and hood, make sure the trunk light is off, make sure the ignition is off, and then open the battery switch, All current is now going through the meter, it should read less than 50mA. If it is higher than you have a draw. Close the battery switch and open the drivers door, wedge something in the jamb switch to turn out the dome light. Never open the door or turn on the lights with current running through the meter, it can't handle that much current and you could damage the meter.
So now with the door open and the dome lights off, open the battery switch again and note the reading on the meter. Begin removing fuses 1 at a time and note the reading again, if it is unchanged, replace that fuse and remove another one. Continue removing fuses 1 at a time, when you get the reading to drop, you found the circuit that is causing the draw. Use a wiring diagram to figure out which components are on that particular circuit and then disconnect them 1 at a time until you find the one that is causing the draw.