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SOURCE: the horn on my truck stopped working

Check your fuses first for a blown fuse. Also try to recall last time you used the horn, and if it sounded muffled, quieter than normal or just not right, and if it was acting up it's more than likely the horn, wich is located under the bumper by the fender usualy. Also remove your horn button on the wheel, and make sure the wire is conected, and intact.
Hope this helps, Good luck!

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: where is the horn relay on a 1998 toyota tacoma

left of steering column almost behind fuse box way at the top you have to stick your head under there with a flash light to see it but it's there.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Horn/lights on 2002 Toyota Tacoma

Rewire your horn from the steering wheel to the horn. Its not difficult, I can't tell you how to take the steering wheel apart but you can get a Haynes Repair Manual. It'll have all you need and more. You can use speaker wire, split it in two. Run one cable from the positive in the battery to the horn switch in the steering wheel. Another from the switch to the horn. You have a short somewhere, to me is easier just to run new wires than to find the short-circuit. Make sure when you run the cables through the firewall you run through a grommet so it does not get damaged by metal. Before anything check your headlight wires that they are not touching the horn.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the horn on a 2004 toyota tacoma

down by the radiator close to the head light, its small but look for wires leading to it

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

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SOURCE: Horn, cig. lighters, and key remote won't work. Fuses good. Any idea what's wrong?

Ifg you`re a do it yourselfer, that sound electrical, it might be a relay issue, go fiverr and punch in wiring diagrams

Posted on Mar 27, 2012

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