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The horn just makes a quite growling noise can you tell me where abouts it is please

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The horn is in the front of the car, usuall in front of the radiator or under the front bumper somewhere.

Diffult to give exact location as you didn't give make or model of your car.

But thats where you can find it.

Thanks

Jason

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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