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I think your model number is actually LSC26905SB
There isn't a fuse panel, per se. If I remember your model correctly, the main board is on the back, so pull your refrigerator out, unplug it, and take off the access cover located about halfway up your refrigerator's back. Look at the fuses on the main board. There is a 20 amp fuse that blows easily (the newer boards have a slower blowing fuse in them, now). Temporarily jumper the 20 amp fuse and then plug your refrigerator back in. If you hear relays clicking and such, that's good. The compressor should start up shortly afterwards and all the lights should be on in your refrigerator.
After you have verified operation, go to Radio Shack, or somewhere similar and get yourself a 20 amp slo-blo (slow blowing) fuse and solder it on top of the old fuse on your main board.
Remember to always unplug your refrigerator when dealing with the main board and power circuits.
Good luck and let me know if you need any more help.
You will have to trace the wiring. There is a short somewhere before it reaches the actual horn or light. Horns pull an extreme amount of amperage. The relay may be stuck or the wiring to the switch may be bad. My bet would be a shorted switch or relay.
I would start at the starter, it could have a short but it's only apparent when the engine gets it hot. you can try to pull the fuses to other things and see if the problems stop. this will at least give you an idea of where to look. also check fusible links and look for wire corrossion
You have a short in the lighting system. Try removing both brake bulbs and with a new fuse installed.. does it still blow the fuse? If not, then install one bulb at a time and repeat the test.. You probably have a short in or around the bulb socket.. Hope this helps