Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe
Ever since I have owned the Tahoe, the horn would die off after a long honk. Recently the horn stopped honking mid honk.
The horn does not honk when keyless entry or panic button is used.
The fuses are all intact.
All I can think of is the relay for the horn or the horn itself. How do you check these items? And are the any other options I should look at?
You can remove the horn relay and use a Ohm meter and check the resistance between the horn relay connector terminal No. 86 (Black Wire) and ground. If the ohms are less then 5 ohms replace the horn relay. There are a lot more tests but as Polarcycle states you can do what he suggested other then I believe you have two horns in this vehicle.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Sounds like the horn itself. To check, get your multimeter out, unplug the horn. Hook the meter to the wires, and have someone press the horn. If you have 12V or more present, you need a horn. If not, check the same thing at the horn relay.
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