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Fuse number 10 in my 2005 dodge neon keeps blowing

When i turn the key to the on position the fuse blows immediately . it is my daily driver and i cant get to work without this car can anyone help please.

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You may have to replace your "clock spring" in your steering wheel, this works the horn and cruise control and air bag.....Thats the only thing i can think of...when you turn your wheel....michael_cass_73.jpg

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