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I have try to find were myhorn switch would be as my horn work but wont work for the pushing down on the sterring wheel
If your car has an air bag in your steering wheel you need to have a licensed mechanic fix the problem as taking apart an portion of the airbag system voids all warranties.
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the horn in toyotas car have permanent positive curent+ at terminal wat you ned is the curent negative -- that come in contact when you presse the steering colum in the midle this is acctualy the switch you loking for oyu most have a bad contact in that steering if you are going to remove the air bag to have access to that mechanism be carreful not to bang or dammage the air bag it my inflate and hurt you badely nicolas
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
they are normally the same on chevy, chrysler and ford... I suspect it should be the same. you might also have spare fuses inside the top panel of the lid.... Kindly please rank
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
I had the same problem... Your cruise control switches have gone bad. Replace the switches & your cruise contro & your horn will work.... at least mine did!
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
SOURCE: The horn not workingI
The metal plate in reference above has small copper contacts. If they do not meet the horn will not work. We used a dremel on ALL of the contact point and it made no difference, the horn still only works about 5% of the time. After a whole lot of testing (I have the same issue with my 2000 Toyota Sienna) we found that the ground is weak, too weak for the relay most times. At this point I am going to run an alternate ground by "borrowing" the wire for the mute button for audio controls through the clock spring. The existing ground connects to the steering column. Before we discovered this I spent $285 on a new clock spring :(
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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