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The horn and cruise are both on the wheel.. Replaced the relay under the hood and checked my fuses what else?

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  • jujubee28543 Nov 17, 2009

    I am trying to fix my cruise and horn

  • jujubee28543 Nov 17, 2009

    No not sure how to do that
    sure wish I could cruise!! and honk!!

  • GasparMacari
    GasparMacari May 11, 2010

    is voltage gettin to the connector that goes into those switches?
    have u checked the switch for resistance and continiuty of electrical current?


  • GasparMacari
    GasparMacari May 11, 2010

    but what is your problem?

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Ull need this tool http://car-batteries.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/voltmeter-car-battery-hull.jpg)
to see if the right voltage is getting there
and ull need a workshop manual for your car so u can see what is the voltage expected there (its probabbly 12 v. but im not 100% sure to say this)
hope this helps

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