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My horn won't work and the fuse is ok trying to find were the horn is located under the hood to check that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: suzuki XL7 -horn
The owner should locate the horn circuit . prepare the tools or equipment to be used.So that when the horn circuit is check it function properly.locate horn unit,horn relay,horn switch,horn power supply.check the fuse, check the relay,check the switch,check the wires,check the horn unit.Observe safety precautions.Use terms to describe checking horn circuit. If there are worn out or malfunctioning parts replace them.If there are loose connections of wires then reconnect it . But if the owner cant do it go to a car mechanic and the mechanic will do the job.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Trace where horn is and place multi meter on dc and connect to horn connector then press horn and see if voltage appears if so its your horn if not its possible your s-wheel or stalk connection. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 23, 2012
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