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The horn on my 2001 Honda Accord EX is barely audible but it still works. I would say that the horn itself is bad. Can you still get new horns for a 2001 Accord?

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If you cannot then any after market horn ( flat or with a scroll shape horn outlet , will do the jiob
could even try the wreckers(junk yard) for another horn

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