Can you get a multimeter that measures current? Craftsman has one for under $20.
Here's an overview of the testing you will do: https://www.toyotanation.com/forum/2...-1-2-days.html
. Drive your Rav until the battery is all charged up. Then do the steps given in any of the following:
youtube.com/watch?v=KF1gijj03_0 (17 mins)
youtube.com/watch?v=lRcj1fQcWwU (11 mins)
youtube.com/watch?v=ES-rjFfuxq4 (6 mins)
youtu.be/B__DqK90IIc (Scotty Kilmer, 3 mins)
Maybe pull the windshield wiper fuses first, fuses 33 and 34 in the instrument panel fuse box, since you think these circuits may be the problem? The inside cover of the fuse box should show their exact location.
Here are the fuses in your Rav: https://www.autogenius.info/toyota-r...e-box-diagram/
Some or all wiring diagrams for your Rav: https://www.autozone.com/repairinfo/...96b43f80379f57
Is the dome light on after you shut off the engine and remove the key, suggesting a door is not completely closed?
Here's a guy who found an A/C system relay had failed: https://www.toyotanation.com/forum/8...ery-drain.html
Here's discussion of the remote starting system and the stereo causing battery drains: https://www.rav4world.com/forums/85-...roblems-2.html
Make sure your battery cable connections and the battery terminals are clean and securely fastened. Countless times someone is battling starting problems, and the battery seems dead, only to find out that a thorough battery terminal cleaning and secure battery cable connections resolved the problem.
Slightly hard starting is a symptom of a battery that has been drained some. Pressing the accelerator pedal will be necessary when you start the engine, as you appear to describe.