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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can work on this safely after you remove the positive battey terminal and wait 5 minutes before working on the horn system. you remove the air bag first there are two security bolts that hold it on you will have to buy these at a parts store. Auto zone sells the Set of Lock out bolt wrenches for removing the bolt. you will also need a steering wheel puller to get to the ignition key cylinder holder that is where the contacts are located. But first I would remove the horn ground out the horn and apply power to the horn to see if it works. Normally it's the horn relay that goes bad.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
sounds like some loose conectors remove the columb cover
there are 2 - 4 screws on the botom of it they are usually star or philips screws cover should fall off or may requier a tug check the wiring conectors top and botom just lift top cover up it will flex remember to keep the ignition turned off
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
the horn realy is in the fuse box and the horn is behind the right headlight, and no i have never set off an airbag servicing a horn, if you are worried disconnect the airbag fuse
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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