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Is there a fuse or a relay switch that we can check before we go to the hassle of replacing the entire front bumper just to replace a 15.00 dollar horn. (2000 honda civic lx 4 dr.

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The relay (or possibly a fuse) should be located in the fuse/ relay panel in the engine compartment. The lid of the panel will (most likely) have a map on it showing the designations of each individual relay and fuse.
Hope this helps!

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