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The car horn on my 1997 Rav4 has stopped working. The fuse seems fine as the hazard lights work (the horn is on the same fuse). Any ideas on what else could be wrong or will I have fit a new horn?

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There could be a horn relay bad, if your car is so equiped or the horn button could be bad. wiring could be bad or the horn itself. if you can jumper 12 volts from the battery to the horn, you can eliminate the horn.

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