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Most toyota relays dont go out in my 16 years ive never seen one go bad unless its got water to it it is located on the left sids of the steering colom my advise would be to check the horn ground (where it bolts to the body or find a horn htat you know works and try that if this doesnt help contact me via e-mail thank you

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85 is an old car, and will have lamps out, a given
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we dont just gue$$ we use a tool called a voltmeter.
i put the meter across the horn terminals.
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The horn is not working over an year and half and changed the relay what next??t

Should have a fuse box under drivers side dash and a fuse box under the hood. I think the horn fuse is under the dash on drivers side. usually 10 amp. I would get a test light and a friend and have the friend push the horn while i held the test light on the horn connector wires. It has two wires a voltage and a ground. If fuse is good but still no power at the horn then check the switch in the steering wheel. You could have a bad "clock spring" or steering wheel switch.

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How to fix horn problem in 1996 toyota corolla

Try to find out first what is the part that cause the malfunction of the horn.
The three major part of the horn is the relay, harness & horn pad, and horn itself.
Check the relay if it is functioning by replacing it with similar type ( if you have the spare or a similar relay in the relay/fuse box in engine compartment ). Let somebody push the pad horn and if you hear a clicking sound on the relay, it means there is a current that activates the relay( no probs from the horn pad and harness ).
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I bought a new horn for my 88 toyota pickup. I put the ground wire on the metal af the truck and then attach the hot wire. the horn sounds while im not pushing the button. then i switch the wires every...

Most vehicles have a horn relay, which should be in a fuse box under the hood. Toyota is usually pretty good at identifying the various relays and fuses in the fuse box. If your original horn was shorted, it very well could have welded the contacts in the horn relay together. Also an aftermarket horn could be drawing more amperage than an original equipment unit, causing the fuse to burn. This last statement is purely conjecture.

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The click you here is the horn relay, You need to find the horns and check for power at the wire connectors. But you probably have a bad low and now a bad high not horn. since the relay clicks your fuse is good so that eliminates the fuse.

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