Question about 1994 Ford Econoline
Posted by Anonymous on
OK, take the steering wheel cover off for the button and verify that the switch or button there is grounding out.
Use a test light (non-powered) to connect the circuit together to see if this sounds the horn.
Horns are always powered with positive power and are grounded out by the horn switch in the steering wheel.
Hope this helps.
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