Question about Buick Park Avenue
Look under the hood and find the fuse box with the plastic cover on the driver's side. Open the cover and you will see two sets of fuses and then the box-like relays. Facing the rear of the car, the horn relay is the second one from the left. You will have to push a clip in to remove the relay. It will pull straight out and a new one can be pushed in. A click will indicate the new one is in securely. Make sure the relays are in straight and don't bump each other. Thanks for using Fixya.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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