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Horn won't work and Radio won't turn on

I purchased a 2001 Saturn SC1. A new left front fender replaced an banged up one. Since the replacement, the horn doesn't work, and the Radio will not work either. I checked the radio fuse and replaced it. It still doesn't work. If it helps, the lights on the radio do not come on either.

Any thoughts with either the horn, or the radio?

Bernie

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well you have two choices you can run a new cicruit which means you need a wire to a fuse and then a wire to a switch and then to the horn and then ground and that will be some work. your other choice is much simpler. find where the old horn is and change the connector to fit the new horn. remove the old horn and replace the new horn in the old spot and ground the horn if you need to since some have a one wire and a body ground so you wont need to hook the ground to anything but the bolt if you need to do that.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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on the driverside bolted to the fenderwell

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SOURCE: my turn signals on my saturn stopped working after a heavy rain

have you checked the bulbs?

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SOURCE: speed,rpm,gas,odometer gauges not working

Sounds like a body control module. It is located on top of the glove box. Unfortunately, the miles are stored in this module, so you have to go to a dealer to have it programmed.

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SOURCE: 1993 Honda Accord horn won;t stop blowing....one continuous noise

positive short, broken switch

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