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It should be behind the left headlamp, or below it bolted to the core support.

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First make sure and check the horn fuse.If this is good then go to the front of the vehicle and on the front left and front right of the radiator support frame there is a horn on each side.You should be able to get to them from under the vehicle.You might have to jack it up.Below the headlamp assembly area.The green wire is the power to the horn.Should have power when you depress the horn pad.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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How to fix the horn 2003 silverado


check for power at the horn when someone is pushing on the horn button. if you have power make sure it has a good ground, if so then the horn needs replacing. if you have no power then it could be the horn relay, of bad horn pad and as always check fuses.

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Horn would work intermittantly and now not at all. Which fuse is involved or other suggestions?


fuse box under hood
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also look for rubing wire if it use to work at time
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Have a 2007 chevy silverado and the horn just quit today


check for power at the horn if you have power to the horn replace the horn if no power chech the horn relay

Sep 05, 2010 | 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD

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My horn is stuck on. i have checked the fuse and the relay. I dont know where to go now. I have looked for a one line diagram.


The covering surrounding the horn does shrink in size through the years dued to contraction of the temperature change. This will cause the horn to go on by itself. The only remedy is to replace the horn pad which also incorporates the Air BAG
I would recomend doing as I do before replacing it. Take a hair dryer and heat the horn pad up for ten minutes. Circulate the heat so it will be unifirm and that way the pad will expand back to the normal size. A millameter of sjrinkage will cause this problem which you have. The heating process will hold you for another year so it will not go off again

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Horn doesn't always blow when pressing the horn pad. not sure what to do first


contacts need cleaning under pad. try rubbing yr palm of yr hand in circular motion while pushing down on the pad. try clockwise then counter clockwise. what u are doing is scratching the contact by forcing the pad in different directions.

Feb 12, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Silverado

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Horn on chevy silverado doesnt work. This was a state troopers vehicle and bought with a button get beside fuse box for a horn. would like to wire back to factory standard anyone know how to do this.


the horn wire is under the steering column with the turn signal switch molley plug and its a single black/ blk with white stripe wire just hook that to the other wire you found

Jan 21, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab

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2004 SILVERADO HORN DOES NOT WORK RELAY GOOD CANT FIND HORN TO TEST


First make sure and check the horn fuse.If this is good then go to the front of the vehicle and on the front left and front right of the radiator support frame there is a horn on each side.You should be able to get to them from under the vehicle.You might have to jack it up.Below the headlamp assembly area.The green wire is the power to the horn.Should have power when you depress the horn pad.Hope this helps.Good luck.

Dec 28, 2009 | 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

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Horn on 01 silverado just stopped working


if the relay is clicking then it seems like it should blow. those trucks have a fuse box on inside of drivers door and under hood too. I would get a test light and go across both sides of the fuses and check to make sure none are blown. should be labeled horn. I think there are actually two horns one makes one note and one makes another so it is just about impossible for both to go out at the same time. try wiggling connection at horns themselves and see if it does anything. hope it helped.

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