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Were is the horn relay located on 89 bronco 2

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If you have cruise control, it should be located to the right of the steering column in a wire harness with wires colored yellow/light blue, yellow/light green and dark blue. If you don't have cruise control, you have no horn relay. It goes from the steering direct to the horns.

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It will be located under your hood in the fuse box.It should be marked under the cap to tell you which one it is.

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