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So over the weekend my battery died (thanks to my Fiance leaving the map light on). So I had my buddy jump my can and everything seems to be fine except my horn now does not work as well as my alarm. I have a 2006 Mustang, but I think the alarm also has to do with the horn not working since it is all connected. I also didn't know if it would reset itself but it hasn't yet. Has anyone had this same problem? It's probably just the fuse or relay, but I have to wait and bring it someplace since I don't want to short anything out by removing them myself. So, until then... I have no horn... Any/all advice would be helpful..
Yeah, I'm taking it to my dealer tonight. We'll see what they say. It says not to probe or mess around with the fuses/relays under the hood unless I want to run the risk of shorting out my electrical system.
ur taking it to a dealer to change the fuse?? seriously???
Nah, I swung by my dealer on the way home to make sure I wasn't going to short anything out like my manual said I would unless I disconnecte the battery, etc. The 2006 Mustang owner's manual states all the warnings all over the thing to make you think something might happen because it's in the fuse box under the hood. Nope, I changed it but also had to re-connect my horn wire because it apparently disconnected when the fuse blew. That was a pain to do, but all is fixed.
Lesson learned = Don't believe everything you read in the manual... And don't allow your fiance to leave anything on in the Mustang...Ha