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2001 VW Jetta Horn issue

Horn stopped when the fuse blew after he "went off" for a continuous time. Replaced fuse and horn worked for a few "toots", then fuse blew again; replace horn relay and fuse. Relay clicks, but no "toot" when horn switch pressed. But horn "toots" when "key lock' set via security system. Help?

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Replace the horn.thesecurity system should have a seperate horn to the normal "tooting" horn.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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