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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: onboard temp gauge
you need to go to the parts house and purchase an ambient temperature sensor. that is the sensor that tells the car what the outside temp. is. I hope that helps you out.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
On the 06 Vibe the horn is located just to the right of center, almost below the hood latch, in front of the radiator. It looks like a small round speaker...
check to make sure the wire is plugged in, it can come lose or even fall out. it is easy to check and fix.
If that does not work, my best guess would be that either the horn is blown or the wiring is messed up.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: Horn not working
Horns have power to them all the time. When you push the horn button, you are completing a circuit by providing a Ground.
Before the horn gets it's power for the 2003 Pontaic GrandAm, the power goes through a Horn Relay. (Number 21 relay)
It may be a bad relay, horn slip ring contact button, (Located under steering wheel), or bad horn/s.
The horns are located up under the front air dam, tucked up close to the air conditioner condenser. VERY hard to get to.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
I too am having horn problems with my 2005 grand am . Although mine died slowly I rode the horn infront of a friends house and I could hear it changing pitch dieing out so to say. Soon after 2-3 weeks I would check to see if it still messed up then nothing. Ive gone through every fuse and tested all the power up to the actual horn under the hood because Its hard to hold a test light under the hood and press the horn but I put my top dollar on its a defective horn. They kept alot of defects on the hush hush , Turn signal relays going crazy , timing chain noise , Defective tire bolts poor thread, poor transmissions , power seats , Nothing that causes wrecks so no mandates yet. The + to the whole story is GM did make this car stupid easy to work on and parts are at a fair price. They are dime a dozen in a junk yard you can swap alot of parts from the cavilier , alearo , sunfire , HHR , Ps dirty oil kills this motor faster than anything the new tech in this stuff count alot on never gumming up and keeping a clean everything.Its not like the older cars 1970 where things clear them selfs and building a strong motor was the only factor.Good luck with the horn It also has a relay in the fuse box under the hood bottom left if your standing infront of the car. I belive you can grab the one right next to it the one for the fog lights and swap them to test it out they are the same.By the way all in all I like this car.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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