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My 1993 Buick Lasabre Car horn doe not work and the two horn buttons on each side OF THE STEERING WHEEL are loose. Please help cant heaR A THING. dO NOT KNOW WHERE THE FUSE BOX OR RELAY SWITCH IS LOCATED.

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Fuse box is under the dash to the left of the brake pedal and has a black door on it. If the fuse is ok you might have to unbolt the airbag ( 4 bolts on the back of stering wheel)and check to see if the horn plug is plugged into the steering column.This plug has a spring on the end of it, if its out reinstall in the small hole and turn clockwise til it locks in place.

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