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1998 plymouth breeze

Dash lights and horn doesn't work. Where is horn located?

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Alrite i thought myself to first check the connection in the steering wheel which is easy to do all you do i just pull of the front cover.... or to check by the front grill and look for the horn so i figured id do a lil research and found to check the junction box

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