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Horn My horn has gone out and I need to replace it but I can't find where the damn thing is mounted. So make an *** out of me and please let me know.

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  • asrielja Aug 27, 2008

    I found the horn but how do i fix it/take it out/replace. I bought the car used, and the people selling me the car conveniently failed to mention that the Car horn doest work.

    I cant even find the fuse for the horn, the plate that maps out the fuses doesnt even list a horn?

    HELP!?!?!


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Drivers side behind the corner of the front bumper, just behind the support bracket.

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