Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
1. Did you check the fuse for the horn ?
This is Engine Compartment Fuse # 7 ; 20A
2. You can pull the Horn relay and jumper the normally open contacts ( as shown with the red line below ) to activate the horns without using the button.
If this does not work, either the fuse is no good, or the ground at the horn connector is no good. Replace the fuse or test the ground on the horn connector with a meter ( set to ohms ) to the battery neg terminal.
If this does work, using a meter ( set to ohms ) test from pin #2 in the relay socket ( as shown above ) to the battery neg terminal. When you press on the horn button, you should have a low resistance ( The test steps will stop you from paying for basic trouble shooting issues.
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