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Need connector block connections for horn wire,relay to button.

Want connector block connections for horn wire, 2000 Sienna. (voltage should be 12v at each.) Pulled 1.86v at horn sw, same at first connector towards relay. Want to back-trace the drop, but don't want to dissassemble the entire car.

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  • scottscholz Mar 04, 2009

    First connector off the steering column has same voltage to ground. Have continuity through the spiral cable.

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The horn switch provides a ground. If you have no voltage at the horn wire, inside the steering whel, I would suspect a bad spiral cable, or clockspring under the steering wheel.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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