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My horn on a 2001 expedition is inop it clicks in

My horn on a 2001 expedition is inop it clicks in the alarm module under the dash & has ground at the horn but no power

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Check fuse first then relay

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I own a 2001 ford expedition my horn does npt work.the fuse is under the hood its good. when i press the horn i hear a clicking near the peadles,can it be a bad ground. what color is the wire in the...


Did you use a test lite to see if fuse circuit, hot all the time. Because that module is involved, I can't troubleshoot it from here. Also, my info says airbag and horn button are integrated. That airbag is dangerous. At the horn, yellow wire with lt green tracer is voltage, black wire is ground. You could use jumper wires off the battery for voltage and ground to see if horn will sound, if you try that use an inline fuse.
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Last item to check would be the grounds located under the dash. I'd suggest tracing back from the hazard switch as that's easiest to access (but still not easy) and make sure all the grounds are clean and tight. Then the same for the horn switches in the wheel.

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