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Reconnecting horn on 1995 Civic CX

The people that had the car before replaced the stock steering wheel with an aftermarket model but they did not reconnect the horn. What wires do I use to reconnect the horn to the steering wheel? I have checked all around the steering column and cannot find any wires that were there before.

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They cut them more than likely. but it should have 2 wires One to a ground and the other to the relay with the horn button being the awitch. Look to see if they were tucked up under the dash. Look for a grn,blk,or yellow loose wire or group together.

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the horn switch in the steering wheel could be defective or the slip ring in the steering wheel itself.

there is a carbon brush there that could have worn out.

i hope i fix ur problem.


cheers,

drcool

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