Question about 2004 Dodge Stratus
Checked fuses and relays, couldnt figure out how to get the horn cover off the steering wheel
Hi my name is Allen!
The bolts come in from the back side of the steering wheel.
Before you do that, let try something.
Run a wire from the battery negative post to the horns and attach it to the bracket the horns are installed on. What we are doing is checking to see if the ground is bad. With the wire attached try the horn to see if it blows, if it still don't work.
Next: run the wire from the positive side of the battery post and touch it to the horn connector at the horns be careful not to touch any metal parts or it will spark, what we are doing is checking to see if the horns are bad, if they work then we will move on to the next procedure.
Let me know what you find!
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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