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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HORN DOESNT WORK
You have to first check for power to the horns. Remove the plastic panel under the hood on top of the radiator support. The horns will be there on the side of the radiator support. Hook a 12V test light or volt meter to them and press the horn button and see if you have power there. If you do its a bad horn if you don't then check fuse no. 5 (15amp) in the engine compartment fuse panel. If it is good then the next step is to eliminate the relay also located in the engine compartment fuse box. Basically how it works is the no. 5 fuse feeds both sides of the relay. You have a switch side on the relay that feeds the horns and a coil side which when energized by the horn button creates a magnetic field which closes the switch in the relay and blows the horn.
If you have no power to the horn and your fuse is good try swapping the relay with another one in the fuse panel if it still doesn't work then go to the connector located at the blower motor under the hood,there will be 2 connectors that run on top of the blower motor,the one you want is the bottom one of the 2. It will be a square 12 pin connector. Find the dark blue wire there and ground it if horn blows then it will be the clock-spring or the horn button itself.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
The problem can be with the horn pad, the horn relay or the horn itself. Find your horn relay, it should be in the engine compartment fuse box. Remove the relay and test for power at the legs. there should be two legs that have power. If there is power there, take the cover off the relay and plug it back in. Squeez the relay points together and see if the horn works. If the horn still does not work, it is probably the horn itself. If it does work it is probably the horn pad, but you don't want to mess with that because of the air bag. Let a pro do it.
All of this is predicated on the fact that you have checked all the fuses.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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if wheel is offline then the person who done the tracking is responsable and take the car back to them and get them to put it right .the correct way is to adjust each track rod end a little bit not all the adjustment on one track end ,which throws out the wheel alignment .this means that you lose steering lock on one side .THIS IS COWBOY BODGE JOB .If they cant or wont put it right then take it to someone who can and report them to the office of fair trading and make a legal claim for the job to be put right
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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SOURCE: The horn not workingI
The metal plate in reference above has small copper contacts. If they do not meet the horn will not work. We used a dremel on ALL of the contact point and it made no difference, the horn still only works about 5% of the time. After a whole lot of testing (I have the same issue with my 2000 Toyota Sienna) we found that the ground is weak, too weak for the relay most times. At this point I am going to run an alternate ground by "borrowing" the wire for the mute button for audio controls through the clock spring. The existing ground connects to the steering column. Before we discovered this I spent $285 on a new clock spring :(
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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