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2013-10-23 14:52:04

is horn and cruse on same fuse on a 1993 e250 Ford van . thanks roger

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it is the same fuse the horn uses (check it does the horn work?)


bad fuse... try the horn, its on the same circuit as them


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i have a 96 jetta and i looked at the fuse box and found the horn fuse and it was blown changed the fuse and the horn worksso i would look at the fuse box find your horn fuse and see if its blown change it out with the same amp fuse and push the horn button that might fix your problem


No , in a 2000 Ford Focus : Fuse # 34 is a 20 amp fuse for the horn and Fuse # 46 is a 15 amp fuse for the cigar lighter


the fuse is under the hood, in a fuse box located on the passenger side, open and ull see the diagram, its also the same fuse for the horn and cruise control as well, good luck!


I asked myself the same question on my car and realized that its the same fuse as your cigarette lighter!


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cavalier the older ones the fuse for the cigarette lighter is the same as the horn fuse.


Check the fuse. On some hondas the horn and brake lights are on the same circuit. See if you have brake lights...if not, fuse for sure.


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Sounds like the horn is not making a ground. Did you do anything with the horn? What else didnt work before you replaced the fuse? I have the same problem. Prior to replacing the fuse and getting the clicking back, the horn stuck and ran continuously, which popped the fuse. Another question: where is the actual horn located on a '98 Escort? Thanks. Same problem here. My horn button clicks, but I have constant 12VDC at the horn terminal. The horn itself is behind passenger side headlight, above bumber bracket. Can you say "scraped knuckles?"


I JUST had and fixed the same problem on my 2000 Jeep Cherokee. The fuse is blown, in the fuse box on the passenger side. I believe it is the 15 amp fuse #20 or #21. good luck! I JUST had and fixed the same problem on my 2000 Jeep Cherokee. The fuse is blown, in the fuse box on the passenger side. I believe it is the 15 amp fuse #20 or #21. good luck! I JUST had and fixed the same problem on my 2000 Jeep Cherokee. The fuse is blown, in the fuse box on the passenger side. I believe it is the 15 amp fuse #20 or #21. good luck! My guess would be the horn or horn relay or connections between the them is at fault. The click you hear would be the horn relay trying to work, that tells me the fuse and horn button is in working order. Unplug the wire at the horn and attach a test light to the wire. Operate the horn button and see if the light lights or not. If the light lights up the horn is at fault. If the light doesn't light up and you still hear the click I would replace the horn relay.


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I believe if you check the fuse labeled Horn its on the same circuit.



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