Q: My horn and cruise control stopped working

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My horn and cruise control stopped working I don't know what fuse I need to check to replace it

My car has 140000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The horn and the cruise do not share the same power supply. The two systems are on the steering wheel and have to pass through the steering clock spring under the steering wheel. The clock spring is most likely broken inside and needs replaced.

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