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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!

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 1991 Honda Civic DX Location of Fuel relay switch

in the fuse box up by the firewall on the drivers side .... fuse 13 fuel injector relay is the only fuel related fuse/relay that i could locate.fuse 9 in the passenger compartment fuse box as well.... what size motor is in your car ?

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SOURCE: where is the horn fuse for 94 honda civic DX

check the fuse if the fuse is good use a test light on the wire going to the horn if it lights up when you press the horn button then the horn itself is bad if it does not light up it means no power to the horn ,check fuses first ,and make sure the horn is grounded to metal, if you run a wire from the positive terminal of the batt. and touch it to the wire going into the horn the horn should work if not bad horn

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SOURCE: Where is the horn relay in a 1999 honda civic Ex?

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I am reasonably sure that your horn relay is in the relay/ fuse box that is located beside your battery, on the rear passenger side , under the hood!

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Repair horn on 2009 honda civic


With the key on but not the engine, press the horn ring a listen for a click, that click is a horn relay. You may need someone to listed under the hood for you, If you don't hear the click, take the covers off the fuse box and see if there is a diagram for the relays that shows a horn relay. While you are checking, look for a fuse for the horn. In rare cases it could be the horn ring or the clock spring.

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Hey Louis, you'll have to look at a few things to get a grasp of what is going on ,start with fuses , and relays next look for power at switch , make sure ground wires as well are good to into door possible switch is bad , as for the horn they to go bad but look at and check for power also make sure ground is good ,and that relay is good (when you push on horn and have your hand on or near fuse box you should feel a clicking telling you its working ,) a simple power tester will really help.

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If you need help diagnosing your horn circuits, please vitit my profile or click one of my ads and sign up for email support. By doing this I can provide instructions, wiring diagrams and component location diagrams.

With all that said, the horn relay in your 2007 Honda Civic is located in the under-dash fuse/relay box (left end of dash)

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Where is the horn relay in a 1999 honda civic Ex?


Hi:
I am reasonably sure that your horn relay is in the relay/ fuse box that is located beside your battery, on the rear passenger side , under the hood!

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Before replacing horn...


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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