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Horn not working!

I have a 2005 pontiac Montana. V6 3.5L
Trying to figure out why horn isn't working. I checked power to the horn and the ground. I have no power to it and the ground is good. I checked the fuse. Not blown. No power to it either. I checked the relay, I hve no power on any of the terminals. That's as far as I can go with it, without a diagram. Can you help?

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Check with dealer there was a recall on horn button spring not making contact rec insp that first.

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