Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
When you push on the horn pad with the key on everything else off.....QUIET....in the cab....do you hear a clicking from the relay? If yes replace the horn/horns itself mounted outside under the hood near the radiartor/grille area, also check for a dirty ground or a bad connection at the horns plug.
If no click and you say the fuse and relay test good, you may have a bad horn pad assembly, may have to order this from dealer. Also test the wires at the horn pad and down the steering column to be sure they were not tampered with or have a bad contact.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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