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Where is fuse for cruise control?


Fuse #19 (15 amp) controls the cruise control. It also powers the horn so check your horn. If it works then check the cruise controls ground. If the fuse is good BUT the horn still doesn't work, then check the horn relay, as it also powers the cruise control. Check all wires/connections going to these parts also.

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My cruise control doesn't work??...any


jnjkingbird, It sounds like this problem is the clock spring as I don't believe that the horn and the cruise control would share a fuse. However, they do share a circuit in the clock-spring. You can check for power at each unit (horn and the cruise control) which would confirm this. Check each fuse as well. Good luck with this.

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Horn aux outlet cruise dont work


the horn and aux outlet use the same power circuit, I bet if you actually take the fuse out and replace it with a good one it will work.

I am assuming that you just looked at the fuses, sometimes a bad fuse will look good, but transffer no current.

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1993 crown vic horn/cruise control won't work


Check the fuse for your cigar lighter/horn. I've seen the fuse blown from the lighter shorting. It will caue the cruie not to work also. I hope this helps. Good luck.

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2000 dodge durango 5.9 my horn and cruise control don't work. the fuses are good.


disconnect the plug to the horn then install a new fuse if the fuse does not blow out replace the horn. Do the reverse if the fuse does not blow out to the cruise. if the cruise is blowing fuses the unit may be seized up somewhere maybe the cable or actuator is corroded.

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1988 Ford Crown Vic Lost Cruise Control


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.

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hello, it is common for chrysler to use no horn fuse! what they use in place is the "clockspring". the clockspring is located in steering columb under the wheel....does your cruise control work (if equipped)? if no cruise control function it is most likely a bad clockspring!..... good luck, marty

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Horn and cruise control dont work, what to do?


for the horn could be the wires or try the fuse panel,because so much used of the horn the spring inside goes bad,check that too.and check fuse for the cruise control too,good luck

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Horn and cruise contrl not working


MMM most have solenoid on the curcuit ..i usually see them connected on one side through a clockspring on the closed side of the relay

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Fix this please


If your horn doesnt work either you have to remove the steering wheel and there is the connector for the horn/cruise control. If nothing broken there, check the clock spring too!

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