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Horn won't work on my 1994 Mitsubishi Mighty MAx

The horn stopped working I have changed the fuse. This didn't work. I was told to check the relay but, I don't know where it is located on the truck.

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    Switch on steering wheel stuck on, horn blows constantly unless unplugged in engine compartment.

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The horn relay is located underneath the hood close to the fire wall on the passenger side in a black box with a diagram on it..if the does'nt work try checking the wire under neath the steering wheel cover..

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