Question about 2002 Lincoln Continental
Posted by Anonymous on
I guess you mean steering wheel? If so, the horn is not in there, only a switch to activate the horn. The horn is under the hood mounted on the inside of your fender. To test if the horn or switch is not working, run a 12 gauge wire from the positive lead on the horn to the positive lead on your battery. If it sounds, the horn works and the switch is most likley the problem. If no sound then the horn is bad. But remeber to check your fuse panel before doing this, you may just have a blown fuse (easy fix) Be careful!
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