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2003 cavalier horn not working. Already checked the fuse and replaced the relay.

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Use a test light to check for voltage at the horn (unplug and touch test light leads to connector) while pressing horn switch. If voltage is there, try to hotwire horn to battery to see if it will work.

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SOURCE: 2003 cavalier no horn fuse ok bench test horn ok

Ok where is connected the relay there 2 terminals 85 to 86 one is positive and the other has to be negative when the horn push the SWICHT if when you give negative fails to push these terminals the problem is in the SWICHT, brush or turntable. All this is on the steering wheel hub

Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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Ok where is connected the relay there 2 terminals 85 to 86 one is positive and the other has to be negative when the horn push the SWICHT if when you give negative fails to push these terminals the problem is in the SWICHT, brush or turntable. All this is on the steering wheel hub

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