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Car horn sounds faint how do i fix it

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  • j_p_murphy Sep 03, 2009

    how much does a new horn cost in euros

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SOUNDS LIKE DEFECTIVE HORN ELEMENT REPLACE THE ACTUAL HORN... KEEP IN MIND MANY CARS HAVE TWO HORNS,...... A HIGH TONE AND A LOW TONE

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