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Where is the fuse for the horn on a 2005 mercury marquis

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Fuse #5, 15 amp fuse, should be in main fuse box located under the drivers side of the dash- release the clip by inserting screwdriver the pull down to remove cover if not check the engine compartment fuse box adjacent to the battery.

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