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The problem is likely with the clockspring in the steering column. The wiring for the horn button and the driver's air bag go through the clockspring. If you want to fix it yourself, I can probably find the procedure for you, but this is really a job for a professional auto electrician.
remove grill ck horns with jumper wires ck plug for power, if horns work .if horns dont work with jumpers replace . if no power ck fuse if good relay for signal and power if no signal when horn pushed either horn switch in airbag ,or cable reel witch need cked with special srs tools .
OK, try to use a test light and connect the horn lead to ground to see if there is current, and to see if it sounds. If it does, then the wiring is fine to the horn itself. The relay may click, but are the contacts ok? Maybe swap out the relay for a new one.