Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
I would get a circuit light tester and start at the fuse for the horn to see if any voltage is available. then check to see if there is any voltage to the relay. if voltage is available at the fuse but not to the relay the problem is in the horn assembly in the colum if you get voltage to the relay but the horn doesnt work its the relay is bad.horns are also sujeted to the eliments on a pretty regular basis so it could also be a ground issue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: horn wont blow
the problem is the rotating contact that connects the horn to the steering column wiring harness, this part is called the clock-spring contact, u must remove the steering wheel to change the part out.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
SOURCE: 1998 Grand Voyager horn not
You can check the clock spring. Remove the cover over the stealing wheel where the emergency flasher is. At the bottom there are two connector side by side. the small one on the left is for the Air Bag, the one on the right (6-7 pin connector) is for the horn and cruise control if you have one. Disconnect the right connector. Us a wire to gound out the pin in the lelft side of the 6-7 pin connector. If the horn sounds, then it is either the clock spring or the air bad itself that needs to be replaced. I would bet it is the clock spring.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Simply have it replaced, horns on domestics usally stop working as mine did on my 93 lumina, it stopped working and I had it replace and it worked fine after that.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
hi did you also checked the horn itselfs. when you take out the horn and look at the back you will see a adjust srew with sealingmastic on it. you can remove the sealingstuff and try to adjust the horn. this only works if the coil is not broken. but first you have to check the connection inside the steeringwheel. make sure the switch in the steeringwheel is making contact to earth. if this all doesnt work you have to buy a new one goodluck.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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