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Cant see the horn on my ford focus 2004 tdci 1,8

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look under the dash at the fuse panel and locate the relay for the horn... replace it. quick way to tell which one it is is put your finger on each relay as you press the horn... the one that you can feel clicking is the one to replace.

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You have two fuse boxes, I am going to send you component locations and identifications hope this will help.572303a.gif6ed5084.gif6ec0f2b.gif9796aeb.gif

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