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It's not a fuse , the SJB - smart junction box controls these lights ! This is fords body control module . If the Heater / A/C control panel ,hazard switch ,headlamp switch , message center switch all work, it is not a fuse . The gear shifter I would say the bulb is burnt out . The steering wheel lights could be out because of an open in the clock spring . The clock spring is a device inside the steering column under the steering wheel that keeps your horn , cruise control , radio buttons etc... connected electrically . How cars clock spring works
mcdevito75 here, When you turn the car off the ignition switch locks the steering wheel, sometimes when you go to start the car it starts but you can"t move the shift lever due to the steering wheel being locked, try this, put the key in the ignition switch, turn the key and at the same time move the steering wheel, if you can move the steering wheel even a 1/2 inch that should free up the shift lever also.
first test for power at the horn using a test light if no power then its not the horn check the fuse if fuse is good your problem can only be the clock spring which is located underneath the steering wheel,remove the wheel and its right there replace it and you will have horn power again.
Check for grounded wirings starting from fuse box. Trace each wire from the headlight fuse to the switch at your steering wheel, then, the washer pump fuse to the switch at the steering wheel and finally the right turn signal light to the switch at the steering wheel. Take note that all terminates at the steering wheel. I believe these wires are grounded to each other.
I have the same issue. There appears to be a bad harness connection, short term fix is to adjust the wheel up rather than down and see if that helps. You can take apart the steering assembly and see when the tension of moving the steering wheel down causes the connection to fail.