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How do you disconnect horn on a 1989 Jeep cherokee pioneer?

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The easiest way to disable the horn is to remove the relay or you could unplug both horns high and low the relay is behind the right kick panel this is the panel to the right of the passengers feet
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Posted on Jul 24, 2013

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SOURCE: No horn in '94 Jeep Grand Cherokee

go to the horn under your hood, check it for any thing wrong, then follow the power wire and follow it back to your steering wheal. this is where your problem is you just have to find out where the short is. and fix it.

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SOURCE: '87 Cherokee no horn, turn signals, brake lights, wipers, blower

Pull the fuses and check the socket for power on the things that don't work. If there is no power at the fuse box there is a good change the stater igintion switch is toast. it is located on top of the steering colunm under the dash.usally less then 20 bucks All that you mentioned get power from this switch that goes to the fuse panel when you turn the key on

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SOURCE: no spark to coil on 1989 jeep cherokee pioneer

No power to the coil? It could be a PCM, wiring, crank sensor....no fire out of the coil, most likely a bad coil, bad pickup in the distributor.

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If you intend to keep the vehicle long term, I would suggest you invest in a Haynes Manual, That is worth its weight in gold, for this and any other project..
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SOURCE: 1989 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer 4wd problems

depending on what year, if its late 80's early 90's cherokees use both mechanical and vacum! check on the passenger side rear of the front axle housing there should be a vacum line there with 2-3 hoses that has a rubber gromet that slides on to the vacum line on the axle make sure it is connected, some times you need to put something to hold it on like some tape or apoxy until you can clean well and re attach correctly!

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