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Where is the horn relay on a 2004 Mazdaspeed Miata?

The normal position in the main fuse box is vacant.

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My information for a 2004 Mazda MIATA shows that power is applied through the 15A STOP FUSE in the main fuse block. The horn relay also is in the main fuse block.

Posted on Dec 05, 2014

Testimonial: "Tom that is correct for 2002 and maybe 2003, however,2004 and up are different. The manuals still agree with you. The place the main fuse box for the relay has no wires going to it. I have 2 Mazdaspeed Miatas and neither have a relay there. One of them the horn still works, so that means to me that there is a relay somewhere there is a relay. Help"

  • Gary Greer
    Gary Greer Dec 05, 2014

    Wrong answer for 2004 Mazdaspeed Miata. That is correct for earlier Miatas up to 2002

  • Stephen L McKenney
    Stephen L McKenney Jul 12, 2017

    so did anyone figure out where the horn relay is on an '04 Mazdaspeed Miata? I need to replace it and cannot find it!

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