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Step 1 is to ck the horn fuse in the under hood fuse box. If it is good then disconnect the rt horn (the easiest one to get to under the rt hand side front bumper.) /connect a test light across the 2 wires have some one push the horn pad and watch the test light . If the test light lights then the horns are bad and need to be replaced. If the test light does not light then remove the steering wheel air bag and ck the horn wire under the air bag.
Take the car to a shop that adjusts headlights. They will have the necessary alignment equipment necessary. You simply cannot aim them yourself and have a legal aim. If you want the best manuals available, order the whole factory shop manual series for the car from a dealer.