Re: Where is the horn relay located on a 95 jeep grand...
On my 95 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, the horn relay is in a compartment under the glove box. Open the glove box and remove the three screws in the front on the bottom. Take the plastic cover out and you'll see a bank of relays. The horn relay is the one on the far left, closest to you.
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This is a very common problem on the jeep, in fact I have just replaced mine. If the horn relay clicks as you have already said then the horns themselves are most likely the problem. Look up under the front fender next to the radiator just forward of the passenger wheel; the horns are there. Remove them, only one bolt hold both and try them on a battery, if they don't beep change them, they are about $30 for the pair.
Run a thick wire straight from the battery to the positive terminal of the horn. If the horn sounds normal, replace the relay. If the horn is still weak, locate the adjustment screw and play with that to try improve the tone, if that does not work or if there is no screw, replace the horn,
Hi, the horn relay is located under the glove box base that is secured by several screws. Pull the box covering out and you will see the relay box with 6 relays together ( 3 top row and 3 bottom row). The horn relay is located on the bottom row, all the way left. Or the first one on the left bottom row.
You should check to see if you have power at the horn first. If you do, you need a new horn. I believe there is also a relay involved. Sometimes these are interchangable. You can take a relay like the one for the A/C and swap it with the horn one and see if the horn works. That will at least eliminate the relay.
Under the hood of your jeep on the passenger side there is the Power Distrubution Center (PDC). Remove the lid and thered will be fuses and relays in there. I could not locate the exact location of the horn reley, but if you start removing them one by one you can find the horn relay. You will know the right one when the horn stops.