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01 Chevy Tahoe Horn Replacement

Over the last 2 years both of my horns have stopped working. What needs to be removed if anything to access them.

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Just the one bolt that holds it in place and the wires that unplug.. you need to test them though and have someone honk them while you are testing the wire to each one to see if your light lights up make sure its not something else.

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