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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
under the dash in far left top corner iis a small panel inside are the flashers relays and buzzers which are difficult to remove and install.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: cant locate relay for horn
Depending upon the year model alot of the later model ones are under the hood in the black electrical box .. under the lid will tell you which relay is it.. let me know thanks Jerry
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Actually, an older Mitsubishi truck (mine is an '88) doesn't have a horn relay. The horn (located just behind and below the front grill on the driver side) has two leads. One has 12v that comes on when the ignition is turned on. The other has a lead going to the horn button. That button will ground the horn, causing it to blow. The ground actually AT the horn is not needed at all. To get at the horn to check it out, you remove the screw directly under (but on) the steering wheel. You can then flip up the horn assembly...just put pressure upward on the bottom of the horn and it will flip out. The lead coming to the horn should have 12V on it if the ignition is on. When you ground that lead, the horn should blow. If there is no voltage on the lead, the horn is probably shot (circuit is open) and you will need a new one. So, if your wiring is ok and your connectors are connected, either you have a bad horn or there is a problem with the horn itself in producing a ground.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: 99 CAVALIER HORN RELAY LOCATION
If your horn isn't working and it isn't the horn itself the next thing to check is the horn wire in the steering wheel under the air bag. The little clip breaks off in time and the horn wire pops out. To repair you can remove the wheel and replace the part but I usually grind in a new notch in the old plastic and re attach the wire and it will work again.
Test the horn itself first. Just remove the connection to the horn and attach 2 wires to a live battery and tough the 2 sides of the contacts on the horn. If it blows the horn is good. If not replace the horn before you go any further.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
should be in the relay box in the engine bay, but how do you now the relay is bad? if it clicks follow the sound
autozone has a $20 haynes owners manual. it will have all the locations and how-to's.
you may want to check the fuse box. fuses blow more often than relays go bad.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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