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I have a 88 civic dx hatchback with a horn blowing fuse problem every time i use the horn it will blow a fuseit could be a 5amp-30amp it still blows tried to run hot wire straight to fuse box an ground wire to horn an it still blows fuse can you help me please thank you ROBBIE

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The coil in your horn is going to ground you need to replace horn.

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