Question about 2004 Honda CR-V
What would make your horn on a vehicle stop working?
Hi: Most vehicles have 2 horns, a high tone and a low tone.
Usually you lose one or the other , but not both. Has your vehicle been in deep water? That can cause horns to fail, and Horns do fail, as they have a electrical vibration coil that can sieze up or quit. If you have checked your fuse, and verified that you have 12 volts at the horn electrical plug, the horn has failed. The horn switch in the steering wheel can be bad too.
This is suspect too, if you don't have the voltage at the horns.
Hope you find the problem!
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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