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Battery weak car horn comes on and int. li. is bright.does battery need replaced

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If it does not turn over and the headlights are dim could have 1or more bad cells in battery try to get a charger on it and see if that help a battery tester is a must to have ......for everyone..wall mart will check it for free also

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It sounds as a weak battery. Try to horn with the head light on to see if it can sound.
1- Have the battery recharged.
2- Clean off the cable terminal really well to prevent corrosion built up causing high resistance. If there is high resistance at terminals, there is not enough current flowing through the starter hence there is no starting.
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Before you go buying a new horn make sure you check the relay switch to the horn if it has a weak connection the horn of course will be weak also you may want to check if there's a loose connection. Hope this was helpful

Good Luck =)

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