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Horn sounds really weak and when using the remote the sound from that sounds weal also

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Sounds like only 1 of your 2 horns is working - up under hood near center in frt of radiator-or on 1 side down in front by wheel well horns are located

Posted on May 23, 2009

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    Edwardo Friedmann Nov 13, 2014

    will try this the sound come from the right front wheel area? could it be in front of the headlights?


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