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How do i stop horn from blowing with the fuse in

My horn will not stop blowing but i took the fuse out and that helped but it is connected to the windshield wiper which i need. please tell me how to stop it with the fuse in

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Cut the wire that leads to the horn blowers at the front grill area

Posted on May 06, 2014

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SOURCE: windshield wiper/ horn ,not working

it could be a fuse that burned out.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: horn, windshield wiper not working, new fuse

Before you go to the relay--see if you can scrub the fuse holders clean (for the horn and wipers). Remove the ceramic fuses, and take a stiff bristled brush and some rubbing alcohol to the contact surfaces. Vehicles I used to restore (from the South) that had been sitting a while had green oxidation on the fuse contacts that would cause intermittent opens on the circuit.

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SOURCE: 25amp fuse blows when ignition is tured on volvo940 gl 1994

Disconnect (unplug) all the units that are supplied by the 25A fuse.
Switch on ignition and check that fuse has not blown- if it blows under these conditions the short or overload to ground is:-
a) in the wiring to one of the units,
b) or there is some other unidentified faulty unit still connected.

Re-connect each unit one at a time, observing fuse status.
If one of the units has a short / fault, it will blow the fuse when it is connected back in circuit.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: just last night my windshield

check the fuse first. If it's ok, take a multi meter out to the wiper motor connector and ensure that there is power to the wiper motor. If you have power to the connector then you have a bad wiper motor.

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Here is a website link inwhich you can click onto and download a complete owners manual. It will have the information you need on your question. Part numbers for the factory relays maybe shown here as well

http://www.filemount.com/2010/06/1999-volvo-s80-owner-manual/

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