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Horn is broke

I can hear a clicking in the interior fuse panel when I press the horn. Im guessing its the relay? Also the turn signals dont work all the time.

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You might just remove and replace each individual fuse and relay; they can form corrosion on their contacts which can cause such intermittant operation.
Your horn; there is a possibility that your horn assembly has an adjustment screw. It is normally secured with a nut which must be loosened to free the screw. This screw is actually a ground contact of an interrupter set of contacts. They can lose their adjustment since the contacts can slightly fry away with time and use.
Clockwise will cause the contacts to touch again and the adjustment is fairly critical so you may have some strange croaking sound whil adjusting it. If you have a helper, they could press intermittently on the horn whil you seek the right point. Once it sounds 'right', carefully tighten the nut and try it again as this can often spoil the adjustment. !! Don't drop the darned thing; they are pretty load and vibrate with enthusiasm when working :-)

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Yes The "CLICKING" is the Relay You Problem Sounds as if the HORN itself is Disconectet or Bad, It is Located in the GRILLE of Vehicle Looking From Underhood.
Hoping this HELPS Please Reply if Not Or if So

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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