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No brake lights and not horn

Notice the other day that I have no brake lights and my horn doesn't blow was wondering if it's something simple as a fuse? if so do have a suggestion which fuse on the panal needs replacing

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Ok!!

try to read the manual if you have
there is a manual or diaghram of the fuse in the
front panel of the fuse socket
try to locate it!!!

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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