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Horn on the 02 Impala

My horn sounds like a dead duck. Not loud at all. I don't even know where the horn is or how to fix it. Does anyone know?

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THE HORN IS UP FRONT NEAR THE RADIATOR, HAVE SOME ONE TAP IT WHILE YOU LOOK, IT MAY BE UNDERNEATH OR DOWN LOW.

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