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I own a 2001 ford expedition my horn does npt work.the fuse is under the hood its good. when i press the horn i hear a clicking near the peadles,can it be a bad ground. what color is the wire in the...


Did you use a test lite to see if fuse circuit, hot all the time. Because that module is involved, I can't troubleshoot it from here. Also, my info says airbag and horn button are integrated. That airbag is dangerous. At the horn, yellow wire with lt green tracer is voltage, black wire is ground. You could use jumper wires off the battery for voltage and ground to see if horn will sound, if you try that use an inline fuse.
My info says that central security module is located under the dash, to the left of steering column, The clicking may be coming from the module, I don't know?
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Apr 24, 2017 | 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Horn wont stop cant locate fuse


The fuse block is located below the dash and mounted to the fire wall. This area is where the brake pedel is located. If you still can't locate the fuse, open the hood and the horn is located behind the grill. Remove the wire from the horn. To fix the problem correctly it's possible that the horn relay is stuck closed which is why the horn blows. A wiring diagram will show the location of the relay. Most relays snap into the holder.

Jan 02, 2011 | 1998 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight

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Wheres my horn located need to replace it


  • Locate the original manufacturer's horns by looking under the hood.the most likely location is under the passenger side headlight.
  • Remove the passenger headlight. Unscrew two nuts on each side of the headlight with a socket wrench and remove it to expose the horns. Loosen the mounting bolt for the old horns with a socket wrench and unplug the power connectors. Remove the two horns.
  • Mount the new horns with the attachments that came in the kit. You should be able to simply mount the new horns in the old brackets if your kit is a direct factory replacement. Some custom horn kits include air compressors that may require you to install the horns in a non-standard location.
  • Plug the old wiring harnesses into the new horns if they are compatible to retain the factory wiring. Some aftermarket horn kits may include a custom wiring harness that you will need to connect to your car's original wiring using a wire/crimper splitter.
  • Test the new horns to ensure they work. Be aware that horns that use a compressor will be extremely loud.




Aug 25, 2010 | 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport

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My 2005 Equinox horn quit, is there a fuse I can replace? It looks like a square box that marked horn on the fuse box.


Hello,
That's the horn fuse,you have located it;
I will assume that you have checked for a blown fuse, and that the fuse is good!! If not, check that first!With a test light and a jumper wire, you can locate the problem with little effort!
You can get a test light from any auto supply store, or from Wal-mart! They are only a few dollars and are a very helpful thing to have.

A jumper wire is just a piece of wire, that you can use to run power from one location to another! If you want to be fancy, you can put alligator clips on both ends!

-Start by locating the horns and pulling the wire off of one. Attach your test light to a ground and use the probe (pointed end) to connect to the horn wire.

-Have someone hit the horn button on the steering wheel! If the test light lights, then the horn(s) are bad and will need to be replaced! Just to be sure, take your jump wire and run from the positive battery post to the horn power connector (where you pulled off the wire) and make sure that the horn does not sound with direct power!


-If there is no power to the horn, you will need to check the horn relay to see if it is getting power. If it is the relay is bad! If there is no power to the relay, the problem is in the steering column or steering wheel horn button!


-Most likely the horn or the horn relay is bad!


Good luck!!!

Aug 09, 2010 | 2005 Chevrolet Equinox

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1995 LeSabre: Horn honking randomly. Is there a way to use the existing horn and run a wire to a separate switch to the inside of the car? The cost to replace the switch is too high since it located in...


You can by-pass the horn pad on the steering wheel and install an after-market Horn Button to operate the horn, and you can purchase an after-market Horn Button from most auto part stores for under five dollars, and there are a few different designs that you can choose from.

You will also need enough ground wire to wire the horn button into your vehicle, and most likely a few wire connectors, and that can all be figured out once you actually see the Horn Button that you purchase.

To install the Horn Button:

First locate the turn signal switch wire connector and it should be on the lower right side of the steering column.

Then locate the Horn wire, it will have battery voltage at the wire and when the horn wire is grounded the Horn will operate or sound, and usually GM used a Black wire with an Orange stripe for the Horn wire at the vehicle wire connector for the turn signal switch from the vehicle wire harness, and the wire usually changed to a solid Black wire on the wire connector from the turn signal switch. However that is not always the case, and the wires should be tested to be certain of the Horn wire.

You can connect a test wire to a good ground and quickly make contact with the wire that you are testing and when the Horn sounds then you have found the right wire. (make contact for only a second and do not ground the wires that you are testing for more than a second or you could blow a fuse)

Once you have successfully located the Horn wire, then on the wire connector from the turn signal switch, cut the horn wire about three inches from the wire connector for the turn signal switch. (or at least enough to connect a wire to the cut Horn wire from the turn signal wire connector)

The rest is simple, you just connect one of the wires from the Horn Button to the cut wire from the turn signal wire connector, and then connect the other wire from the Horn Button to a good ground, and then test the operation of the Horn Button, and if the horn is working with the new Horn Button then mount the Horn Button where you want it to be and the job is complete, and you should then have a fully functional horn again.

I have made you a wire diagram to help assist you, but it is only for a referencre and the wire colors might not match, so be sure that you actually test the wires to find the actual wire for the horn. Let me know if you require any further assisance.


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Jun 25, 2010 | 1995 Buick LeSabre

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HORN DIAGRAM FOR A DODGE RAM 1500 (CONNECTIONS)


Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire (+): Black/Orange And Red/White
Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Starter Positive Wire (+): Yellow
Starter Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition Positive Wire (+): Blue (16 Gauge)
Ignition Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Second Ignition Positive Wire (+): Yellow/Red
Second Ignition Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory Positive Wire (+): Blue (10 Gauge)
Accessory Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Second Accessory Positive Wire (+): Orange
Second Accessory Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Parking Light Positive Wire (+): Black/Yellow
Parking Light Positive Wire Location: At Headlight Switch
Power Door Lock Positive Wire (+): Orange/Violet
Power Door Lock Positive Wire Location: In Drivers Kick Panel, White 6-Pin
Power Door Unlock Positive Wire (+): Pink/Violet
Power Door Unlock Positive Wire Location: In Drivers Kick Panel, White 12-Pin
Door Trigger Negative Wire (-): Yellow
Door Trigger Negative Wire Location: At Headlight Switch
Domelight Supervision Wire: Use Door Trigger (Requires Relay)
Domelight Supervision Wire Location: N/A
Horn Negative Wire (-): Black/Red
Horn Negative Wire Location: At Steering Column Harness
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire (-): Gray
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire Location: At PCM, Connector 1, Pin A7. The PCM (powertrain control module) is located on the firewall next to the wiper motor.
Brake Light Positive Wire (+): White/Tan
Brake Light Positive Wire Location: At Switch Above Brake Pedal
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire (-): Black/Orange (To disarm requires a (-) negative through a 1565 ohm resistor and an extra relay to connect.)
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire Location: In Drivers Kick Panel, White 12 Pin Plug
Factory Anti-Theft System: N/A
Factory Anti-Theft System Location: N/A

Aug 22, 2009 | 1998 Dodge Ram 3500 2WD

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99 CAVALIER HORN RELAY LOCATION


If your horn isn't working and it isn't the horn itself the next thing to check is the horn wire in the steering wheel under the air bag. The little clip breaks off in time and the horn wire pops out. To repair you can remove the wheel and replace the part but I usually grind in a new notch in the old plastic and re attach the wire and it will work again.
Test the horn itself first. Just remove the connection to the horn and attach 2 wires to a live battery and tough the 2 sides of the contacts on the horn. If it blows the horn is good. If not replace the horn before you go any further.

Aug 11, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier

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1988 Ford Crown Vic Horn Relay Location


The horn relay IS NOT located in a box toward the front of the engine. It is located just behind the radiator overflow reservoir and attached to the inner fender next to two other relays. It is the only one without a plastic cover over the top of it. FYI, our Crown Vic horn didn't blow, and the cruise didn't work. I changed the relay and still no horn. I decided to check the horns themselves. Found wires disconnected from terminals. Touched wire to horn terminal and horn blew incessantly. (previous owner had disconnected horn rather than diagnose why) Pulled the horn "button" from steering wheel and disconnected the wire leads and horn quit. Disassembled the "button" assembly. Foam had degraded over time between the contacts. (Ford has discontinued this part). Cleaned and replaced foam with Scotch foam mounting squares with holes punched out over contacts (2 layers thick). Re-assembled and viola! Horn and cruise control both work! Relay was bad as was horn button.

Jun 27, 2009 | 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

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