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Commander horn fuse

2008 commander horn fuse ?

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    yadayada Jun 03, 2010

    that is in the owners manual/



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Don't have a owners manual? go here.

the fuse u want is in the underhood fuse box
Fuse #16 a 20 Amp Yellow fuse

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

  • yadayada
    yadayada Jun 03, 2010

    I gave u the correct information right from the owners manual, why the poor rating? I do this for free on my own personnel time, I am not employed by fixya..



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