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Old 05-19-2005, 10:36 PM   #1
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1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Hello Folks,
I'm new here and in need to see why my cruise and horn will not work. Both stopped at the same time. They worked before I took it to a shop. They say that the work done on the vehicle wouldn't have caused that. I fear they stole my air bag and messed something up, or hopefully it is just a fuse, none of which I can Identify. I hope someone here has one they could scan and e-mail to me. The price of the books are high just to find a fuse.
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Old 05-20-2005, 10:33 AM   #2
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The horn & cruise share the same circuit\fuse. You could just pull fuses until you find the one that's obviously blown & replace it.... A Chilton's or Haye's Mustang repair manual from the local parts store runs anywhere from $15.99-19.99 & will pay for itself within months.....

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There are two fuses, but I doubt that's your problem. Sounds like a broken clockspring to me. Any other symptoms? Is your air bag lamp illuminated?
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