can i remove cruise control fuse to stop the light?

Asked by Jun 13, 2017 at 06:20 PM about the 2007 Subaru Forester 2.5 X

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

nothing wrong with engine ,just want the darn blinking cc and check engine light off. I already know the temp. fix. what I want to know is where is cruise fuse and can I remove it . never used it anyway!  This is a 2007 automatic .was used when purchased they put wrong booklet in glove box. 2008 is not the same diagram as 2007.

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98,575

Usually its tied in with the horn, so if you remove the fuse the horn no longer works, try removing the horn fuse and see if it goes away, if it does then you can wire in a horn button.

26,585

HOW LONG AGO DID YOU BUY IT....WAS THE CEL ON THEN...OK SO WHAT ARE THE CODES? MIGHT BE ANEASY FIX...BEFORE YOU GET OUT THE BLACK TAPE...

50,855

Buy a manual for your car at www.helminc.com or download one. Get the car repaired to properly extinguish the warning lamps.

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