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Horn fuse keep blowing.and cruse control not

Horn fuse keep blowing.and cruise control not working are the problems related 05 ford excursion 6.0 lt diesel

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Most likely the clock spring needs to be replaced which is located in the steering column.

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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