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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Pop the hood and locate the horn. These
are typically mounted to the grille or on a bracket in front of the radiator.
2. Loosen the hardware that attaches the
horn to the car with a hex wrench or screwdriver. Horns are usually mounted
with two hex nuts and bolts although some models may use screws to mount the
horn. Remove the hardware then remove the horn assembly by sliding it off the
3. Disconnect the horn's electrical
connectors from the wiring harness by depressing the connector tab on the top
of the connector then sliding them free of the connection.
4. Connect the new horn connectors and
install the new horn on the mounting bracket. Install the mounting hardware.
Tighten using the appropriate tool, either a wrench or screwdriver depending on
the hardware and mounting bracket.
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