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BRAD: LOOK UNDER HOOD SEE IF YOU CAN FIND THE HORNS THEY SOULD BE IN RIGHT-LEFT FENDERS PULL THE WIRES OFF THERE SOULD BE A PLUS + SIGN AND - GROUND SIGN TAKE A WIRE BEAR BOTH ENDS HOOK ONE END TO HORN-N-OTHER END TO SOMETHING METAL UNDER HOOD ON THE GROUND SIDE ON THE OTHER SIDE THE +PLUS SIDE GET ON WIRE LONG ENUFF TO GO FROM HORN TO INSIDE CAB BEAR BOTH ENDS HOOK TO HORN BUTTON ON OTHER SIDE OF BUTTON PUT OTHER WIRE BEARED AT BOTH ENDS HOOK ONE END OF WIRE TO BUTTON-N-OTHER END TO A FUSE IN FUSE BOX IT SOULD BE ON DRIVERS SIDE OF DAS HOPE THIS HELPED YOU SIGNED PHIL
Check fuse. Usually located under the Steering wheel or under the hood. You will have to use the other side of the cover to determine which fuse controls the horn and see if the metal link is broken. If both are not blown its probably a short in the wire. If it randomly just happened then its a good first guess without knowing any further details.
Usually I check all my fuses any time I am looking for a specific one. Sometimes a random fuse can be the cause, and not the actual Horn fuse that is blown.
go to the horn under your hood, check it for any thing wrong, then follow the power wire and follow it back to your steering wheal. this is where your problem is you just have to find out where the short is. and fix it.
Check your fuses first for a blown fuse. Also try to recall last time you used the horn, and if it sounded muffled, quieter than normal or just not right, and if it was acting up it's more than likely the horn, wich is located under the bumper by the fender usualy. Also remove your horn button on the wheel, and make sure the wire is conected, and intact.
Hope this helps, Good luck!
the horn relay is located underneath the hood close to the fire wall on the passenger side in a black box with a diagram on it..if the does'nt work try checking the wire under neath the steering wheel cover..
Have you tried checking the fuses for the horn and fan? Normally, the main fuses would be in the fuse box/bank in the engine bay (under the hood) often near the battery. Additional fuse box may be found inside the car sometimes in the driver's side kick panel (footwell), under the dash or under the glove box.
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