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Can someone please tell me which fuses control the cruise control and the horn. Both of these as well as my four wheel drive are not working and I need to find out why. Thanks.
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anybody?
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I will look at my Hayes Manual today for you and let you know, ok. PM me if you haven't heard from me by 2pm eastern time, ok.
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It's in the owner's manual located in your glovebox. I'll see if I can find mine, and update my post.

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Can someone please tell me which fuses control the cruise control and the horn. Both of these as well as my four wheel drive are not working and I need to find out why. Thanks.
From my '01 owners manual:

In cab:
Loc #5 15A 4x4 control module(second row down, 1st column)
Loc #10 7.5A Speed control/amp assembly, GEM, shift lock, turnsignals(3rd down, 2nd column
Loc #11 7.5A Instrument cluster, 4x4, main light switch, Truck central security module(includes horn) (3rd down, 2nd column)
Loc #35 15A horn relay if not equipped with truck central security module(diagonal one, 2nd from the right, below the 3rd column)

Underhood: (from looking down from drivers fender....)

Loc #13 20A 4x4 motor (3rd column from the right, 3rd from the bottom)

I tried to describe the location of each one as well as I could. I had to replace my 4x4 switch because my tcase stopped shifting....and the switch was bad. If the horn isn't working, and the fuse is still good....you might want to check out your if theres powergoing to the horns, and check the contacts on your steering wheel. I hope it helps.

Shane

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