Thanks....I'll give that a try. But in the past, it wasn't the horn blowing that triggered the blown fuse. At least I don't think so. I think maybe and that's a big maybe, it was putting the top down or up. Or even operating the windows.
if the fuse still blows then there is most likely a short in the wiring. relays rarely cause shorts. if the fuse doesn't blow with the horn disconnected, reconnect the horn and operate the horn again, if the fuse blows you have a shorted horn. Assignment Services
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