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Where is my horn located?!?!?!

Where is the horn on my 1988 f150? (be specific please im not that bright)

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    bigcowboyd Feb 17, 2012

    its located on the drivers side next to the bottom of the radiator

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The horns are located in the engine compartment next to the radiator. On my 1994 F-150, they are on the passenger side below the battery.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

  • Fahr Quad Mar 12, 2009

    So did you find them?

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The cowl that holds the radiator in your engine compartment is where you will find the horns. It will be on the left or the right side next to the radiator.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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