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Horn won't work

2002 Honda Civic EX Coupe Auto:
Horn wouldn't worlk, replaced fuse under the hood even though it looked good...same thing .No horn. Any ideas? Also wherei s the horn itself located under there? !

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    under hood location



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The horn is ualy under the hood twords the front

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