Question about 2007 Toyota Aygo 1.0
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The horn not workingI
The metal plate in reference above has small copper contacts. If they do not meet the horn will not work. We used a dremel on ALL of the contact point and it made no difference, the horn still only works about 5% of the time. After a whole lot of testing (I have the same issue with my 2000 Toyota Sienna) we found that the ground is weak, too weak for the relay most times. At this point I am going to run an alternate ground by "borrowing" the wire for the mute button for audio controls through the clock spring. The existing ground connects to the steering column. Before we discovered this I spent $285 on a new clock spring :(
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
This is likely due to a defective horn contact under the steering wheel called the clock spring ribbon rotating contact drum. You must disarm the airbag system and remove the steering wheel (requires special tools) to replace the contact.
Posted on Jun 13, 2012
Testimonial: "Thank you, tools I have, not a problem, I just have not gotten around the how to disarm the air bag. That part is out of my expertise. Is there an easy way to it?"
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
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Disconnect the battery ground cable before removing the steering wheel. When installing a steering wheel, always make sure that the turn signal lever is in the neutral position.
Fig. Fig. 1: Pry out the control button assembly with a thin-bladed tool along the top of the edge, being careful not to damage the control assembly
Fig. Fig. 2: Common steering wheel pad types
Fig. Fig. 3: Carefully pry the lead wire for the horn off of the horn pad
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