Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Your horn wires are in your dash bord and if you are going to try to do that on your own goodluck cuz if you are going to try to take that apart then you are crazy that is a lot of wiring and you are going to **** it up and when you get it back together it wont start and that will cast you i would suggest if it is a wireing problem you take it in to someone who knows about the wireing in jeeps. ok if it is a fuse it is not one of the outside fuses is is an inside fuse look inside the car on the passengers side on the kik bord right by the door all of your inner fuses are there and on the pannle you pull off there should be extra fuses and a diagram of what fuses are what some are abreveated one dose say horn I know that so pull it and check to see if that is what is wrong if it is not then I would take i in or dissconect the horn and just ont havwe one.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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