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No horn....checked fuses but where is the relay

No horn....checked fuses and both horn buttons on steering wheel, but where is the relay located???

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Get a nice young dolly birn to hold horn switch down then tap horn with a small hammer a couple of times ,if it doesnt work the replace the horn as they corrode up with lack of use

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