Question about 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser
Just stopped one day....I'm taking it in next week but are the expensive to replace? This is a great website. Many thanks to those that offer advice and instruction!
Luckily the horn system is fairly primitive. The likely causes in order of likelyhood are:
1- Horns failed (common from water intrusion). Relatively inexpensive to replace.
2- Relay stuck/burned out or fuse burned out. Inexpensive to replace, but may have underlying cause
3- Wiring fault of some sort. Depends on severity of damage
4- Horn button fault. Expensive to replace (part of airbag)
I have replaced many many Toyota LC and LX470 horns from water damage/age. Your problem is likely horn or fuse related.
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