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In your owners manual go to the index and look for fuses then go to that page. Look for the horn fuse which should be in the fuse box under your hood around your engine, in your owners manual is should tell you where it's located. Find the fuse for it by looking at the diagram on your owners manual and then pull that fuse out. You should have replacement fuses in the fuse box that's in your car, you have to open the car door to get to it. If you don't have that fuse just take it up to auto zone and tell them you need a replacement for that fuse.
the cover that is on the fuse box should have a diagram of the fuses on the inside cover are..under the hood you will find another fuse box remove that cover and look at it..may have both the diagrams for the boxes...hope this helps...