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Horn on my jeep grand cherokee 1999 does not work neither is the cruise control and other stearing related things .. signals n vipers are working fine .. i thinks its the fuse .?? but cant seem to find the fuse in the box..please help!!

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  • robnjoni Sep 25, 2008

    i cant find the fuse box

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Check under the hood there should be two fuse boxes...the horn and cruise being inop is probably caused by a bad clockspring

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