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The circle shows the horn relay. There are a couple of places where you can look at your owners manual online for free. I checked fleet.ford.com first, for some reason didn't show your owners manual? Another site, fordparts.com click on the pro center then free resources, click on owners info, just follow the links, it's there.
there are 3 parts, the horn, the horn relay, and the horn switch. horn relay is simple to check by replacing it with another from a parts store. it is plugged into a fuse panel inside the car or under the hood, look at your owner's manual for exact location. the horn can be disconnected and then jumpered directly to the battery. an old extension cord with the ends of the wires bared makes a find jumper cable. horn is usually located next to and in front of the radiator. if the horn honks it is good, if not you can buy a generic one at a parts store. if it is not the horn nor the relay then you are looking at replacing the switch inside the steering wheel and this is generally beyond the scope of a non-mechanical person.
The fuse block is located below the dash and mounted to the fire wall. This area is where the brake pedel is located. If you still can't locate the fuse, open the hood and the horn is located behind the grill. Remove the wire from the horn. To fix the problem correctly it's possible that the horn relay is stuck closed which is why the horn blows. A wiring diagram will show the location of the relay. Most relays snap into the holder.
Under the hood of your jeep on the passenger side there is the Power Distrubution Center (PDC). Remove the lid and thered will be fuses and relays in there. I could not locate the exact location of the horn reley, but if you start removing them one by one you can find the horn relay. You will know the right one when the horn stops.