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    my horn stays on and then burns out my brake light fuse



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Welcome to fixya

check the fuse ,grondiwres and the see if this helps any if not then might be the brake switch

but i would think it would be the fuse or the ground the switch is a pain in the **** to change but it could be this

hope this helps you out have a good day

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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