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The horn don't work and I replaced the 10amp fuse and removed and checked the horn it works so I checked the owners manual and it says to check the 50amp EFI main, horn, IG2 but I cant get that sectio

Replaced fuse , removed horn and tested it but cant seem to get to the 50amp EFImain,Horn,IG2

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Check horn relay.

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Ignition was not working the key wont go in,after it was fixed the horn wont work what could be the problem?


horn fuse is blown, locate fuse box, sometimes there are 2 , one in car and 1 under hood, engine compartment.
use your cars manual to see horn fuse and replace with same fuse.
If the fuse is burned out, replace it. Try the horn again. Check your car owner's manual for the location and type of fuse. Check whether there is any debris obstructing the horn button on your steering wheel that may be preventing the horn from sounding

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Horn not working 2007 nissan quest


  1. The horn could be unplugged or the connection could be dirty.
  2. The wires in the leading to the horn could have been damaged.
  3. The fuse could be bad. Check the Owner Manual to see which fuse and check it. Usually the horn is on a fuse with other devices. If the other devices are not working as well, then the fuse is a likely suspect.
  4. Rarely, the horn itself is faulty and needs to be replaced.

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Cant find out which fuse goes where my horn doesnt work and i dont have a owners manual and it doesnt say on the fuse box


You apparently don't read your question either

You don't even have a vehicle listed

If you do have a blown fuse, then what?
Replacing it won't fix your horn

Buy an owners manual for all your vehicles
so you can find fuses & bulbs

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I have a '93 jeep cherokee and my horn doesn't work. I've checked the fuse and it's fine but now i don't know where to locate the horn itself to check for disconnections or to replace...


LOOK UNDER THE LOWER AIR DEFLECTOR FROM BELOW THE RADIATOR. IF YOU HOT WIRE CAR HORN AND IT WORKS.YOU HAVE TO REPLACE THE WHOLE AIRBAG IN STEERING WITH HORN CONTROL BUTTONS.YOU NEED TO DISABLE AIRBAG IN STEERING WHEEL WHEN REPLACING AIRBAG AND HORN CONTROL BUTTON PAD.JUST TURN OFF RADIO FIRST, THEN DISCONNECT REMOVE THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE.WAIT 20 MINUTES BEFORE WORKING ON AIRBAG AND HORN PAD IN THE STEERING WHEEL.

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Horn not working


With something like this it's most likely a fuse burnt out. There is a fuse box located under the hood as well as inside the Jeep. Usually the lid has a map describing which fuses do what. If not, there should also be a map in your owner's manual.
1.Find the fuse associated with the horn and check if the metal piece in the middle is broken.(like a light bulb)
2.If its broken, replace with a fuse with the same amp rating. (number on the side/color)
3. If it still doesnt work than the connectors to the horn or the horn itself need replaced. The horn is usually located behind the grille or front bumper. It kind of looks like a black plastic snail usually.

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HORN DOES NOT WORK ON 2002 FORD EXPLORED XLT. WHERE IS THE HORR / RELAY LOCATED? THANK YOU,


Check on Passenger Compartment Panel, position 6, 10AMP (right horn) and on the Power Distribution Center (underhood) position 28, 20AMP (horn relay).

Additional details could find in the 2002-Ford-Explorer owners manual (page 229 and next).

I hope helps (remember to rate this answer).

Oct 21, 2010 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Does the horn have a fuse or a relay on a 2001Ford Explorer Sport


Check in the passenger fuse panel (driver's side), location 6, 10AMP (Right Horn)...

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And, in the Power Distribution Center (underhood), position 28, 20AMP (Minifuse)...

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Other details can find HERE (page 227 and next)

I hope help with this (remember rated this post). Good luck.

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Horn won't stop


There will be a horn relay that is stuck replace it,it is in with the fuse/relays

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HORN HAS STOPPED WORKING, CHECKED 10AMP FUSE AND IT LOOKS OK


take apart the horn assembly after you remove the fuse see if it is broken or just dosent look right might be misalined for an especially bad day in traffic

also check all the other fuses might be labeled wrong

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