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My horn stopped working on my 2007 Nissan Versa. I am wondering if it has a fuse I can simply replace or do I need a horn relay?

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Press and hold your remote lock butten,or look in car book,to see how to reset it K!.

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Might be either one.go for the cheapest option first.Or it could be the horn.

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