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Horn OK The problem i am having is that the horn on my 1996 cavalier just clicks by the glove box and i understand that i need a new horn but where can i find the relay for the horn.

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    Same problem a clicking sound by the glove box.

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Horn is mounted under front bumper ,if its not working then try wacking it with a hammer whilst someone else has then hand on switch,failing which try feed it some viagra

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