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1994 Ford150 Horn

My horn does not work. I changed the fuse but it still does not work. Any ideas? I would try and do something under the hood but I don't know what to look for?

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  • decareaux Feb 09, 2009

    All fuses check out but horn does not work

  • thompson34 Apr 08, 2009

    i have the same problem, I took out my horn (located behind the passenger side head light and in front of battery) and it tested fine I also checked the fuse and that was fine what else can I do?

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Its possible the horn itself went bad. it should be located inside the driver fender well

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