Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab
Was going down the road the blew my horn for a deer, worked fine. same thing happened a few miles later but i got nothing. it just stopped working. i replaced the relay and now when i hit the horn i can hear the relay click so its gotta be something with the horn. any ideas?
If the relay is clicking then it seems like it should blow. those trucks have a fuse box on inside of drivers door and under hood too. I would get a test light and go across both sides of the fuses and check to make sure none are blown. should be labeled horn. I think there are actually two horns one makes one note and one makes another so it is just about impossible for both to go out at the same time. try wiggling connection at horns themselves and see if it does anything. hope it helped.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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