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Cant locate relay for horn on a 2001 honda crv

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make sure your emergency brake is off all the way.

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Most of the time it's in the middle of the car under the center consol(consol with stereo) , SRS module usually mounted on the floor.

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SOURCE: Location of A/C compressor clutch relay for 2004 Honda CRV

its under the hood in the box near the battery on the drivers side. I believe its the tall black one, but I could be wrong about which one since there are a number of them-- I know its in that box near the battery though.

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