Often my bone stock 79 T/A sits 2-3 weeks between drives and the battery will be slow cranking and many times won't have enough juice to start the car. My 71 Camaro SS sits the same amount of time and always has strong crank and the battery seems always charged. Using my Actron multi meter I first tested the battery and it came back at 12.44 volts so right now it's a little low at around 75% charged. Next I tried to do an "off key battery draw" test by disconnecting the negative cable, putting the tester selection knob on Amps, moving the red lead to Amps and from what I understand I should see some current on the multi tester when touching one probe to the negative cable and the other probe to the negative battery post. But I see nothing. It reads 0.00. I used alligator clips to hold them in place. I also put a regular 12V test light between the cable and the post and the test light did not light up. I figured I should have some draw from the clock at least right? As soon as I reconnect the battery and peek into the car through the driver's side window I can see the clock turning. During the off-key test, shouldn't I also see the clock turning since current should be running through the probe? Any tips are appreciated!