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Switch is in the steering wheel. The horn itself is in the engine compartment to one side of the radiator, between the radiator and front grill. Usually on the drivers side.
More likely to be the horn that is faulty as it is in a pretty hostile place with water and salt spray. Test it by putting a wire from the battery to the horn contact. The one to earth will cause a spark, the other one should make it sound.
Horn(s) are typically located under the hood, behind and near the headlight assembly. It is not uncommon for a horn to stop working over time. It is also not unlikely that horn button in the steering column fails. To verify that the button is working, get the car to a very quiet location. Turn off all radios, blowers, etc. to make the car interior as quiet as possible. When you press the horn button, listen for a "click" noise from under the dashboard. This is the horn relay. If that happens, you know that the button(s) in the steering wheel are ok. If you don't hear the click, then the horn button or the horn relay may be the cause of the horn not working.
The horn is located on in the right front fender behind the wheel well.You need to remove the plastic cover around the front part of the wheel well and pull it back enough to see the horn.Remove the wire from the horn and you can use a test light to see if you are getting power to the horn.The ecm(engine control module) is right by the horn so be careful with the wires harness.If you don`t have a test light you can use a piece of wire and hook it to the battery and put power to the horn.It should beep.If not replace the horn.If it does work then you will need to trace the wire back to the relay center under the hood.Hope this helps.Good luck.
It's in front of the drivers front wheel. Pull back the inner fender and you should see them.
If the horn is not working and possibly the cruise as well as an illuminated airbag light, then the clock spring behind the steering wheel is the usual problem.
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Sounds like they cut the wires to your horn, by laying on the ground and looking up behind your front end. That's where the horns should be located. Or they just unplugged them. I hope that this helps. If not, I will still be here if you need me. Take care and best wishes to ya.
First could you do a couple of test to confirm what is actualy wrong?You will need to buy a test light/probe to confirm power to the horn etc,the tester is cheap and a good addition to any self diagnosis you do on the vehicle.Try running a wire from the horn positive terminal directly to the positive side of the battery to make sure the horn actualy works.Also make sure it is securely bolted to the car,not loose as its bolted down tight to give the horn the earth it needs to work.If horn doesnt work when directly connected to battery you will need to replace it and problem solved but if it does work then you will have to check the power to the horn button cant remember exactly but I think its the centre of the steering wheel.Make sure the wire coming through the centre has power.Let me know how you go and if problem still exists let me know.Horn is usualy located at the front of the vehicle either behind grill or in the engine bay near to the headlights.good luck.