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Horn won't work

I pushed the horn icon on the steering wheel, it won't work. is there a fuse that supports the horn??? if so which on is it???

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    dont know if I have a relay or fuse problem. did not see a fuse for horn on steering wheel. don't know which relay under hood does what

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Check with the dealer I had the same problem and it was something that was recalled in the stearing wheel , and was fixed for free.It has something to do with the air bag . So worth the time to get repaired Like I said it was free from the dealer.

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Check fuses inside and under the hood

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