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1953 dodge coronet horn works sometimes i can hear the relay clicking as i press on horn button and have used a jumper to check to see if works work

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Before you change relay do this, take out the horn wires and attach a 12v bulb to it and press horn button.

Condition 1: Blub glows:
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1. Re-attach the horn wires and look for a adjustment screw behind the horn. Ask someone to press horn button and using a screw driver, rotate this screw clock or anti-clock wise until you hear some sound. Fine adjust the screw for best sound. Most probably you will need to put cork in your ear to save your ear drums :P

2. Put some glue on this screw.

3. If still no sound, then horn is dead and you have to buy new horn.

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1. Check using a bulb / multimeter at the contacts of relay if you are actually getting current in relay. Hear the click sound of relay on pressing horn button. If it has no life, then change it.

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The clicking you hear is the horn relay working.
I would locate the horn and insure the wiring is intact and the horn has a good solid ground.
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It sounds like the horn relay is operating but the horn is not getting any power to it. Check where the wiring is attached to the horn contacts for tightness and security. You could test the horn itself by running a jumper wire direct from the battery to the horn contact. If no noise replace horn unit. If jumper wire works, then the relay should be replaced. .

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Lets try step by step heck $600 you re-run a new horn. Open your hood, and take the fuse/relay box cover off. Press your horn listen for the relay to click in the box if the relay does not click then it is not triggering. take a paperclip and pull the horn relay and jumper 30 and 87 as seen on the bottom of the relay in its corresponding spots in the panel. Your horn should sound. The last time i ran across this problem was the steering coulmn did not have an adequate ground, checking that could be a simple check of jumper cable to the metal of the column and the battery ground.

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Should have a fuse,if fuse checks good,have an assistant push the horn button & listen for relay under hood to click.If you hear the relay click you most likey need a new horn.Hope this helps

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If you press the horn button, can you hear the horn relay?
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