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Horn works but suddenly half as loud

Hello- is the horn 2 part and i lost 1? checked the fuse and its fine. saw a horn relay in the fuse panel. possibly that? thanks for any help!

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Horns do give out u can try to see if you have voltage at the horn or switch the connections. Did it get filled with water?
you can pick up a new horn at a used parts dealer cheap or new at a parts store also check to see if it is loose whick would cause bad ground. Let me know if this fixed it

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