Well, this is definitely not the normal drain problem. I unplugged the courtesy lights, no change in test light brightness. I unplugged the clock, no change in test light brightness. I unplugged power mirrors, no change in test light brightness.
With everythin still unplugged, and the test light still bright, I found the factory keyless entry system in the drivers side rear quarter panel and unplugged it. I take a look, and test light went WAY dimmer, barely visible. So I said, YES, I found the drain!! So, I left the keyless entry unplugged, and plugged everything else back in, shut al thedoors, and checked the test light. IT WAS BRIGHT AGAIN!!!
So, with the keyless entry still unplugged, I began unplugging stuff again, the dome light, the clock, then the radio. When I unplugged the radio, the test light went WAY dim again. I unplugged and plugged in the radio several times noting how the testlight got bright, then dim as I did this. So, because I had everything unplugged at the same time, I thought it was only the keyless entry system that was drawing power, but in fact it was BOTH the radio, and the keyless entry system! Wow, I'm sure they didn't goat the exact same time, but both together made the draw noticeable, and caused a problem.