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Sounds like the horn itself is shorted out. You didn't mention if the blown fuses were a result of using the horn. A horn in construction is an electromagnet acting on a diaphram; if the electromagnet develops a short, it causes an overcurrent condition and will blow the fuse.
the 96-99 saturns had a special horn with the relay built in. you are going to have to get a used one from a junkyard or eBay, or buy one new at getsaturnparts.com. they are about 56 bucks and are not interchangeable with off the shelf parts store horns as they have 3 wires. you might want to get a new horn switch too.
fuel shutoff switch is actually a fuel pump relay in the relay box under the hood, but it is not unusual for a fuel pump to work on and off before it finally dies. but it is a good idea to check the relay first.
try swapping it with the horn relay (if the horn works). pay attention to the direction the relay is in. on GM's, it's possible to put them in backward or even miss the connectors completely.
you also want to check for proper power and ground in the relay socket.
sounds like water ingress to either a control module or the coil pack, check all control box locations eg footwells for water and then check the engine bay for loose or naked wires, dry and clean and possibly cover with a plastic bag etc and it should be fine.
hi all the horn is located on the left hand side at front of engine, the terminal 2 of them were very greasy and oily, so i unplugged them and cleaned all the **** off them and inside the terminal as well with a tooth brush. put them back on and wow a lovely sounding horn, now this is for suzuki wagon