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When i try to honk the horn on a 2006 honda civic 1.8 L the fuse blows. why would this happen?

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The horn may have a short. Try pulling the connector off the horn, put in a fresh fuse, then try to blow the horn. If the fuse blows, the short is in the wiring. If it doesn't blow, you need a new horn. Any more questions, please let us know.

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