Question about 1996 Nissan Quest
When I press horn you can only hear a clicking noise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: horn not working
My horn also stopped working a few months back, and searched for the problem for a while, however could not find anything obvious. On further investigation it appeared that one of the wires going to the horn behind the front grill was corroded. Although initially it appeared fine and looked to be connected. Once the grill was removed and attempted to disconnect the connector from the horn, the wire going into the connector crumbled apart.
Seems corrosion had caused the wire to lose contact.
Simply cut off the part of the wire that had corrosion, attached a new connector, and then honked away at anyone I could find. (Previous lack of honking ability had built up a lot of pressure that needed to be released) Not sure if this is a common issue, or your issue as well, however hope it helps!
Posted on Feb 28, 2013
first i would check the fuse for the horn, then i would check the wiring conections on both ends from the steering wheel to the horn under the hood, make sure the terminals are conected properly at both ends...
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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