Question about 1990 Toyota Pickup
It sounds like the actual speaker may have died. First locate the speaker which is usually behind the bumper in front of the radiator. It usually looks like one or two disks visible from above the radiator when the hood is open. First you probably want to check to make sure the wiring harness is still properly attached. If it is, you will most likely have to replace it. Which is easy. You can pick up all kinds of generic horns at your local car parts store. You may also be able to order a replacement one. From there it is just a matter of unplugging the old horn, taking off a couple screws and putting the new one in.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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