Question about 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
This might sound silly, but if the horns make any sound at all, even a faint clicking, you could locate them by sound (unless you are deaf, in which case I am not sure how you would know they don't work). The horns are in the front, behind the bumper. Good luck! :-) Oh, one other option: find someone with a similar vehicle, and have them blow the horn while you look to see where the sound comes from. If you are deaf, then you blow the horn and have them look for the horn. :-)
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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