Question about Cars & Trucks
Horn is not working
Know your car, read manual, find fuse that protects the horn circuit. know where the horn is physically located, do a visual check of its terminals and wires coming in. use multimeter(or a better option - test light) to see if there is any positive potential against the chassis coming in onto one of the terminals of the horn (could be just one and the other being chassis). In case of one visible terminal on the horn, there must be a relay that operates the horn circuit. Check all this and report back here. I am pretty positive you will fix your problem before then, if you do.
Posted on Jul 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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