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Hello, My Mercedes MB100 van is missing it's user manual and I need to find out which fuse to replace in order to attempt to fix a silent horn.

Relay looks ok, as does the horn connectors itself. Must just be the fuse.

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One of these models may be the vehicle
http://www.blumke.net/content/m/mercedes-actros-fuse-location.pdf

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