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If your horn goes off by itself and won't stop there is a fuse on the driver side panel by the wheel,open it up,and looked at the back side of the panel and take out the one marked cig. It will stop it from happening the horn is connected to the cig lighter.
The horn is located behind the grill on the right corner of the engine comp. The horn relay is located in the block behind the glove box.
Also the horn is on the same circuit as the cig lighter and dome light.
They use a 15amp fuse in the fuse block behind the lower left side of
the dash. Hope this helps.
Ford does put the Cig lighter and horn on the same fuse on alot of models. You should have a panel under your steering column or on the drivers side dash on the side. Locate your panel open it and look for a blown fuse. Your manual should tell you what fuse it is or use a test light to check them one by one
All electrical circuits are protected by fuses or fusible links,check the operators manual to see what fuse protects what and if there is actually no fuse in the panel for the cig/horn then you need to check the fusible links.They come off of the starter live post on the starter solenoid switch and to check them just give them a tug,the blown link will feel like a piece of rubber rather than a piece of wire.Merry Christmas and good luck!
according to my manual:98merc gm: the horn fuse is in the distrabution box under the hood on the left side. The cigar lighter is under the panel drivers side. fuse No. 16 upper left corner of the fuse box