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Hello, my horn stopped working we took all of the fuses out even the relay under the hood everything appears to be fine. can you help me solve this problem i need my horn thanks.

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Hi, sounds as if maybe it's the horn itself thats given up, Try removing the terminals from the horn ( easier if the horn is taken off ) and connect direct to a battery, if it has 2 terminals one is feed and the other earth, if it only has 1 terminal use the body of the horn as earth ( - ) and the terminal as a feed ( + ) if no sound, it's the horn, if it works, then connect and test lamp or volt meter to the terminals removed fromt the horn, press horn button and see if you have a reading on the volt meter or he light operates if using a bulb holder. Cheers

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