YOU GUYS ROCK!!!
Thanks for all your help, I think I solved my problem today.
Well, I used a multimeter, set it to amps, disconected the postive cable from the battery, placed the pos from the multimeter to the pos battery terminal, and the neg from the multimeter to the positive battery cable. The multimeter read 0.96 amps, way too high.
So I started pulling my fuses one by one, to find where the drain was coming from. Finally I pulled the one rated for 50 amps and the drain went down to a normal .03 amps. I cross referenced the fuse to the owners manual, and found out that the fuse was for the headlamps, turnsignals, powerwindows, interior lights, etc. So I started simple with all the little bulbs like the hood and trunk. Well, I checked the glove compartment bulb and found that it was on all the time!! Who would have thought, but it obviously was enough to drain my battery in 3 days time.
So I took the whole glove box off so I could get to the bulb and pulled the connector, problem solved I hope. So thats a big headache that's over with, of course it had to turn out to be something stupid like the glove compartment bulb, but I guess it's much better than something major.
So after that I changed my oil, let the car run to get the oil hot, I kept hearing a chirping noise, coming from the accessories. After closer inspection, I could see the balancer wobling
But what can I do, I guess I'll take replacing the harmonic balancer over an electrical problem any day.
Thanks again for the help.