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Horn wont honk

Okay. so my horn on my 1990 ford bronco. will not honk. i press the horn and hear a clicking sound near my glove compartment. i really need this fixed. any ideas???

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It could very possibly be that your horn relay has gone bad. I believe you might find it on the inside of the front fenders or the inside of the radiator support. I'm an ol' Chevy guy so don't quote me!

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