Question about 1984 Mitsubishi SPX Pickup
Check the switch in the wheel and the wiring harness.the cheapest way is to run a new wire and switch to the horn.
horns fail alot and it may be dead.put 12v to it directly and see if it works
Posted on May 23, 2009
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