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if you are still blowing fuses with nothing connected in the circuit you have a dead short-a pinched or grounded wire-look at the wiring going into the deck lid-you might call this the boot-the other stuff may be happening because the computor can't understand whats happening with the short going on-its confused-cheers Denny
Horns are nothing more than an electrical coil that has a set of points to open and close the circuit. This sucks the horn plate in and out giving you the sound. If it is blowing fuses check the wiring for shorts to earth and if ok replace the horn as the coil has probably rusted up and has a dead short inside.
Its most likely the capacitor on the distributor. Remove the distributor cap and rotor. Under the coil on the right hand side is a cylindrical capacitor about 1/4 length of a AA battery. remove and replace. It's about a $5 part and an easy fix. If you go to NAPA AUTO PARTS, the part # is: RC102. The UPC # is 7-0739090352-1. The description is Distributor Capacitor and Terminal.