First I'd like to say what a great resource this site has been. I'm six months into a conversion and have made tremendous progress die to these threads.
I apologize if this is the wrong place to post my question I just honestly need some advice badly and I've scoured the posts hoping to avoid this post but can't find the answers I'm looking for.
My problem is I made a huge mistake and I know I'll catch heat for it but trust me I feel as dumb as possible already so bare with me.
Trying to figure out a battery drain I was pulling wires and testing the battery for voltage drop one at a time and was having no luck and getting frustrated. On the outside of the bus an antenna and on the inside firewall directly through the bus was the starter relay. At the time the business starting fine everytime. In my frustrated wire pulling state i took out the starter relay thinking it was part of the antenna. Also disconnected the heat switch for heater which I think was the battery drain because the solenoid on it was warm to the touch. But by the time I realised I messed up it was too late and I couldn't remember exactly how the relay was connected to begin with.
I already took out all the emergency exits and doors weeks prior and possibly that had something to do with the battery drain and not the heater switch? Batteries are testing fine noe they aren't dropping any volts but ideally need some help getting this relay reinstalled properly.
The relay has 5 prongs 3 that have wires coming off of then and 2 that loop together. In the photo I added there is a. Red dot and a good ring. One of the wires for sure ran to the red dot. At least one of the other 2 wires ran somewhere in the gold circle. I believe both of then did but not 100%.
As I research it made me think it should be grounded somewhere but all the wires are red and ran to the red dot and gold circle in my photo so idk.
Any advice is greatly greatly appreciated. My bus is a 96 chevy bluebird with a cat 3116 engine.
The last picture is hobbit looked before I removed it it's not a great picture but gives a little reference