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Weak sounding horn when cold

I Have a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee when the temperature gets warmer the horn is louder. when it is cold out it sounds like a horn from an really older car.very weak sounding. Is it the horn or a bad relay or WHAT

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If you can remove the horn, spray some wd40 or other solvent into it and turn it so that the solvent will run into the center. Usually that will free it up. Or, just get another from a junkyard!

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