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Where do i locate where the horn fuse? so i can replace it
On your particular model there is a fuse box located near the windshield under the hood. It has a cover held on by 4 screws. Usually, there is one on each side. Check in there for blown fuses and located the horn relay. Remove the horn relay and check for burned/melted plastic on the receptacle the relay plugs into. If it is melted, replace the relay. If the horn fails again, you need to inspect for an electrical short between the steering wheel and the horn itself. Could be bad wiring, worn out horn or a loose ground wire in the circuit.
Posted on Feb 03, 2015
Most of the time it is not a fuse, it is the relay. Horns use alot of voltage to work , and therefore use a relay to close the circuit to make the horn blow. some relays are under the dash, some behind gloveboxes and a few in the engine compartment. You give no make or model of your vehicle so I have no Idea where it would be. You will need and electrical schematic of your make and model to locate the relay.
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