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2000 Sentra - horn problem

2000 Sentra - ''horn problem''. I replaced the old horn with a new horn, but it fails to work! any suggestions?

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The horn fuse had power to it and the fuse was ok. The problem was a wire - from the fuse location - had a break.

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