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My horn does not work.

When I try to blow the horn it just clicks and it sounds like it's coming from the dash. could it be the fuse, a relay or what. I'm not a mechanic by any means.
If it is the fuse what kind would I need to fix it?

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Try running a hot lead from the battery and touch it to the horn terminal and see if it blows...horn itself may be bad.

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