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2005 f150 horn does not work

When you push the horn button, there is a light clicking noise at the fuse box, fuse is not blown.

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    WHY WOULD THE HORN NOT WORK, WHEN I PUSH THE HORN BUTTON, THERE IS A LIGHT CLICKING NOISE AT THE FUSE & RELAY BOX, THE F26 FUSE IS GOOD. NOW WHAT?

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Check the wiring at the horn button, then check to see if there are any relays, then check the horn assembly itself. Check all of those first.

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