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No horn, no cruise, no radio control

Hi, Can my problem be a fuse or relay issue? I have checked each but I am an amateur. This may be the straw that breaks the Jeeps back. I have oil vanishing, a hole in the manafold, the driver side mirror has water in it and wont stay in position, the rear door moldings are falling out, a broken tie rod making bad wear on the front tires, and I just broke the pull-over cover for the back cargo area. Thanks!


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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    front passenger window regulator not working

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    you could send the jeep to me... i need a winter project.... just curious... with a broken tie rod... why would you be concerned that the radio doesn't work ????




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The fault for your horn , cruise control and radio control is almost certainly your clockspring, this is the part behind the steering wheel.

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