I’m sorry. I was measuring resistance having pulled out the rear hatch bulbs completely... I pulled out all of my overhead bulbs... front, middle, rear and hatch and measured resistance at each location for the gray/blk to be about .6 to .7ohms... i also disconnected the rear hatch completely and measured to the pint of disconnect and had same reading. Very frustrating. I expect there is a short somewhere. I guess given all of this would you gentlemen agree that the shirt has to be on that gray/blk line? I’m a bit of a novice... but I believe that the way a short works is that somewhere along that gray/blk it’s either running about wire or frame and it’s resulting in less resistance which would cause the power to choose that path rather than continuing to each of the lights? Is it logical to the following? The short must exist on that gray/blk wire and it has to be after the fuse box but could be going to any of the doors, headlight switch or dome/hatch lights?