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Horn does not work. Have replaced horn relay & fuse and it still isn't working. Please advise

Horn does not work. Have replaced horn relay & fuse and it still isn't working. Please advise

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Check to make sure that horn is connected at the steering wheel.
Remove the portion of the wheel that you push to activate the horn
and reconnect the wire. If that doesn't work check connections at
the horn(s).

Posted on Jan 01, 2013

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    Nikki Stebbins Mar 29, 2014

    to check the connection at the horn, how can i if i can't find it under the hood

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SOURCE: 98 voyager horn problem

the clock spring on the steering coolum. IT IS A RECALL A FREE FIX

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it is in the clock spring behind steering wheel contacts are broke completing circuit and making horn work

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there will be a relay in the fuse relay box under the hood

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Did you look up under front facia in front of radiator, in center support area? I wouldn't be pulling wheel until I found horn first. Make sure you disconnect battery before, if you do.

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SOURCE: 1998 Grand Voyager horn not

You can check the clock spring. Remove the cover over the stealing wheel where the emergency flasher is. At the bottom there are two connector side by side. the small one on the left is for the Air Bag, the one on the right (6-7 pin connector) is for the horn and cruise control if you have one. Disconnect the right connector. Us a wire to gound out the pin in the lelft side of the 6-7 pin connector. If the horn sounds, then it is either the clock spring or the air bad itself that needs to be replaced. I would bet it is the clock spring.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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