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Hi,you hear click under dash,maybe the click coming from horn relay,you may remove your horn,test to the battery,it ok, maybe wiring from relay up to horn

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  • manny domingo Feb 20, 2009

    hi,you hear click under dash,maybe the click coming from horn relay,you may remove your horn,test to the battery,it ok, maybe wiring from relay up to horn

  • manny domingo Feb 20, 2009

    hi,you hear click under dash,maybe the click coming from horn relay,you may remove your horn,test to the battery,it ok, maybe wiring from relay up to horn

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