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How do you fix horn button in 2004 Chevy malibu


You would need to check the circuits at the relay.
The horn pad grounds the relay to make the horn blow.
You should have power at the relay, and a ground from the horn pad when it is pressed. The third wire goes to the horns.

Apr 20, 2013 | 2004 Chevrolet Malibu

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2004 envoy horn don't work but relay is making a clicking sound when you push the horn is it a bad relay or what might the problem be


In the end, I think you will find you are in line for a new horn (or two). The clicking sound means there is electricity getting to the relais.
I don't know your situation, but you might consider trying a used one before you buy a new one.
For example, borrow one from someone.
Maybe you can't.
Be blessed.

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2004 Buick Century, horn quit working, replaced both horns and checked the relay (it works). The horn still does not work. Could it be the switch in the steering wheel? How do I get the cover off the...


Start by having someone press the horn while you feel the relay with your finger. If the relay clicks when the horn is pressed then the switch is working properly and your problem is between the relay and horn assembly.

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Bought an 2004 honda accord and the horn does not work. What is the procedure for repairing this issue?


simple circuit, but can be hard if problem is switch in steering wheel. First check fuse and relay at fuse box. relay should click when horn button on wheel is pushed. If relay doesn't click, either button or relay is bad. If relay clicks, test for voltage at horn. You can use a simple test light available at the auto parts store if you don't have a voltmeter. If there is voltage at the horn, replace horn.
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2004 Hyundia Elantra. My horn does not work either.


if i'm looking at the right diagram, the horn-a/c fuse & horn relay is in the underhood fusebox. if your
a/c clutch is working then you have power there. short of diving in with a multimeter or computer-safe testlight,
i would listen for the horn relay to click when the horn button is pressed. that circuit is hot all the time and the horn switch
grounds the horn relay. if you hear a click then most likely you have a bad horn/s. if you don't hear a click then you have a
bad horn switch or bad clockspring in the steering column. and .... there's always the possibility of just having a bad
connection somewhere in that circuit. if you see another relay with the same part number as the horn relay,
try swapping relays. good luck ........

Jun 17, 2009 | 2004 Hyundai Elantra

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2004 maxima horn sticks


If switch is in steering wheel hub, you have to remove thehub to gain access to it. Then clean out the switch contacts making sure that there is some air between them for when you push to make contact.

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