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2004 civic hybrid - cruise contol suddenly stopped working - replace fuse? i would but the fuse covers do no say which fuse?

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Check fuse #4 10A in the engine bay fuse box.Fuse #7 under the dash which is a 15A.

Another possible cause is a bad horn relay. Hit the horn to make sure it works.

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