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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 Honda accord horn problem
Horn fuse should be located in the fuse box under the dash on drivers side kick panel. If fuse is good try replacing the horn itself, it might be bad due to the age of the car. They are located behind the front bumper on the left and right side.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
the horn might not have a relay,check to see that power is getting to the horn (use a test light) it it has power the horn may be faulty & needs to be replaced,if no power the problem may be the horn button in the steering wheel....hope this helps....cheers
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
SOURCE: HORN ON 1987 HONDA ACCORD
I'd start by hooking 12 volts with a battery charger directly to the horn to see if it blows. then check if you have power to the positive connector when activating the horn button. Then if you dont, see if you have power to the horn relay, located in or near the fuse box
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
Tail lights will not come on; you must have a bad wire or a bad light-bulb socket. With a car that old, the LIGHT BULB SOCKETS, go bad.
The horn won't work; Take the steering wheel cover off and see what color the wire(s) are and follow them to see where they lead to, then, check with a test-light to see where the current stops, you may need a new horn or clean the connections under the steering wheel cover.
Cruise control won't work; again, you will need a test-light to figure out this problem, along-with, checking to see if there is a vacuum-hose that comes from the intake-manifold of the motor that goes to the diafram-actuator that has a cable or rod that pulls the throttle open. Check to see that it is getting an electrical-current or that it's not leaking so that the diafram can pull the rod or cable to open or operate the throttle. In-short, it might work by vacuum, vacuum and electricity or just by eletricity. Last-of-all, if everything is alright under the hood then it may be the controls inside of the car or even a disconnected wire.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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