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My horn is not working with the steering wheel, when I hook up the horn directly it does work. I cannot see a fuse for the horn and I have the steering wheel cover off and still cannot get the horn to sound from there. Sorry it's a 1991 chevy camaro rs

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There is no fuse it has a horn relay under the hood

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