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Horn not working

I've got a 97 Dodge grand Caravan SE/Sport the horn isn't working.The fuses are OK, however I can't tell which one is the horn relay in the junction block, so that I can test it. Can you help? Thanks

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Most likely it is the clockspring. The wheel and air bag have to be pulled off to replace. The wiring breaks within the clockspring causing the horn not to work and the cruise control on the steering wheel not to work. You can replace this your-self for about $100 as someone posted above but why. Check the recalls on your paticular veh. I replaced mine my self the first time and it went out about 6 years later. I found out that my vehicle was on the recall list for this part. The second time around I let the dealership pay for the part and labor.

Call the dealer to see if this is covered for free under recall! Most are! Hope this helps anyone who reads this!

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I had the same problem a year ago with the only difference that the cruise control did not work either,and the ABS light was on all the time.The solution was to replace the clockspring assembly located in the steering wheel under the airbag but be sure to disconect the power from the battery to avoid the airbag from inflating by accident.The replacement part is about $100 and you have to rent a puller to extract the steering wheel.

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Check wires in the steering coloumn

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