Question about Dodge Caravan
There is a small fuse for the Horn, and a larger fuse for the Horn
Relay. Removed the Horn fuse, and of course the horn would no longer
beep upon starting the vehicle, but now all sorts of lights were
flashing on and off -- and not just the headlights. So, removed the
Horn Relay fuse as well (could hear it clicking). The lights stopped
flashing. Then turned off the ignition, and replaced both the Horn fuse
and the Horn Relay fuse. Re-started the vehicle and everything was back
to normal -- no intermittent horn blasts or lights flashing on and off.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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