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Horn not working but if you pull the fuse for awhile and put it back in it works for a few times?

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    michelle burton Apr 13, 2014

    that seems lke 2 different things is it a short do you think or is it just not grounded correctly?

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    michelle burton Apr 13, 2014

    the speedometer quit working it was acting faulty for awhile now nothing rpms still act faulty all the other guages are fine. i was trying to see if there was a relay that maybe they were both on the horn and the speed sensor? i notice the electrical is running from horn, lights, to speed sensor etc.. ? i have no idea.



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There is a short somewhere along the line that is causing this. Not grounded correctly

Posted on Apr 13, 2014

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    Jerry Kramer Apr 14, 2014

    With multiple low voltage issues I would lean more towards the body computer on the vehicle.



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