Replace the horn relay under the glovebox. the bottom panel comes off and you will need to get your head and a lightunder their and have a friend hit the horn so you can find out which one is clicking. once you find it tag your wires and replace it. hope that helped.
The clicking most likely is coming from the horn relay. This is ususally mounted under the hood but may be different on your vehicle. Best thing to do is have someone lay on the floor on the passenger side and see if he/she can hear exactly where the click is coming from. If the relay is touched you will be able to feel it when it clicks. Good luck
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If you hear a click from the area of the glove box when you press the horn pad on the steering column, then the horn buttons and relay are working and the problem is most likely the horn itself. Unfortunately, the horn buttons in the steering pad are usually the issue. Replacement is tricky since you are working near the airbag. It is easier to find the horn wire at the base of the steering column and redirect it to a horn button you can buy at any auto parts store and fasten to dash next to the driver.
There are tow things other than the gorm that could be bad. The forst (And most likely) is the horn switch located in the steering wheel. These are fragile and easy to break, and not to easy to replace. If you find that the switch is the problem, you would be better served to mount an external horn switch on the dash near the driver. This is legal for inspection in most states (check with your local inspection authority first). The otherr item that could be bad is the horn relay. It is located under dash on the passengers side kickpanel near the glove box. it is mounted in a relay panel there. You should hear it click when preesing the horn switch if the car is quiet enough.
Located passenger side,just in front of the tires plastic wheel liner mounted on the lower frame under the engine coolant bottle .Access from under the car.IF YOUR HORN NOT WORKING and you have a clicking sound in the car down near the glove box area , due to location of horn which can collect water from tire splash ,gets in and freezes splitting the horn diafram. happen twice to me, replaced and raised its location been fine since.Found the plastic splash protector attached to the lower bumper ground affects was broken allowing easy access for water.Replaced also.Had car for 12 yrs.
The relay is located under the glove compartment. Little difficult to get to but if you peek your head just underneath, you'll see it. Easy to take out and replace. Ive replaced mine and still have a problem. I hear a clicking noise and even can feel the contact when horn is pressed. I changed the horn about 1yr ago and now am wondering if the horn could have gone out so soon.