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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I looked at the owner's manual (starting at pg 162) at the fuse block and it does not mention either of those two particular functions as they relate to a specific fuse. I would recommend you get a tester and check all the fuses to be sure. Good luck! Oh yeah, you can get a copy of the owners manual in PDF format by going to MotorCraftService.com
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Although I don't think the cruise is an issue for safety, reach in under hood , or in grille area and find your horn(s) and just pull the connector off them temporarily, so they won't blow & put fuse back in and see if cruise starts to work again. It's not unusual for circuits to be labeled wrong or not at all in fuse panels. Then you can turn your attention to horn problem.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the help! and especially checking back in. However i didn't find out about it until now. Horn was a broken switch, all power on #17 fuse."
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