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Assuming you have some test setup to tell when the parasitic draw is on and off:
#3 Fuse is for
Left-Hand Electrical Center
Body Function Control Module,
Climate Control System
The individual fuses for these circuits are in both interior fuse boxes. With the set rig set up and #3 fuse in, pull fuses in the interior boxes one at a time until you can identify the interior fuse that will stop the draw. That will get you down to the minor circuit and you can go from there.
You need to do a parasitic draw test with a amp meter hooked up in series with negative battery post an negative battery cable ! Check how much draw there is an then pull fuse's till you see the draw go away . Find a wiring diagram of power flow for that circuit to see what all is powered by that fuse . How To Perform Parasitic Draw Test EricTheCarGuy
The code is for a problem with the torque converter clutch solenoid valve inside the transmission. Could be the valve or something else in the transmission. If you think you want to proceed with testing I would recommend a shop manual that covers transmissions.