Question about 2004 Ford F350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Horn not working
It may not need rewiring- check the body of the horm to see if there is a screw in an odd place with a nut to keep it from loosening.
I just had to adjust one; they are a kind of relay and when current flows through the coil inside, the diaphragm is pulled back. This also interrupts the flow of current supplying the coil through contacts. The screw is used to set that delicate point between no contact and permanent contact. The screw is actually chassis ground.
The adjustment of these is fussy but you can probably make it honk at ya again.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
The horn is usually between the radiator and grill Assembly. The fuse is in fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side. Look at the lid and it shows the fuse placement and there use.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
they are located on the left front frame rail behind the front bumper. they are an assembly one bolt holds the horns, heres a diagram to help you.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
It is most likely a part called a clockspring. It is located behind the steering wheel. When that part is defective you will almost definitely lose your horn, airbag, and cruise control. If it is not that it is probably corroded at the harness located on the steering column or at the cruise control module in the engine bay. If you have tilt, which you probably do, those wires can become frayed at the plug or directly after the plug at the column. I would start with fuses, then wires, then clockspring.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
1st of all when Ford started out with putting "EGR's" on those diesel engines, they rushed it and are nothing less than a pain in the ***! i recommend having an EGR cleaning service performed by your local Ford dealer, i know they charge up the wazoo, but they're the best people to perform the service period.this is a VERY common problem with those engines and that service is "supposed" to be performed every 30K I believe. i dont recommend attempting to remove and service it youself, this WILL only make it worse.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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