Can anyone tell me where the horn is located on a 1992 jeep wrangler? my horn wont blow. i cant seem to find a horn at all under the hood also is there a fuse for the horn cause i dont see a location for one in the fuse panel
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horn relay located on the right side kick panel,you will see a row of relays,if horn relay is okay, more likely your horn control pad has a short inside causing horn button contacts to stick causing horn to keep blowing.
Horn switch is located in the steering wheel if your horn button is not stuck in the pressed position than your switch is stuck if you have airbags in the vehicle and are not familar with working around them then it is best to pull htthe fuse for your horn and let a reputable mechanic fix the issue.
if it was a fuse problem the horn wouldn`t make a noise.it sounds like the horn contacts that touch when you push on the button are not making proper contact each time.if you remove the horn button and look at the contact spots you may see the problem(uneven contact surfaces).if you move/bend the contact surfaces closer to each other of straighten this may help the problem.you may even have a horn that needs to be replaced as you said when it does work it stutters and not blow.the diaphragm in the horn can dry out and not vibrate like it should.try tapping on the horn when someone tries to blow the horn if it stops or gets louder then the diaphragm is no good.you could also check the connection at the horn itself it may have a bad connection due to corrosion and just need cleaning.
First, run a direct hotwire to the horn. If it fails to work, replace it. if it does work, check that the relay is working. If both horn and relay are good, likely the horn connection inside the steering wheel has gone bad. That requires removing the horn pad from the wheel and possibly going deeper into the top of the wheel to find the problem. (most often you won't need to go that far though)
The horn is located in the front bump on the drivers side. You'll need the remove the side cap to access the horn itself. As for the fuse, check under your dash on the drivers side. You will see the fuse box. Printed in white type up-bove each slot, should indicate which one the fuse watches, there should be one for horn. If you can't find it, then one by one remove the fuses and check to see if any have blown.