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Start by having someone press the horn while you feel the relay with your finger. If the relay clicks when the horn is pressed then the switch is working properly and your problem is between the relay and horn assembly.
Before checking the horn, I would check all of the fuses and the horn relay. If all of those are fine, on a lot of vehicles the horn is located inside either the left or right front clip. In other words, in the space between the left and right engine bay walls, and the outside of the left and right fender. You will have to remove the inside of the fender (above the wheels) to see if the horn is in there. Also, the switch inside the steering wheel could have gone out. If you can get the front panel off of the steering wheel, run a wire from the positive to negative wires on the horn switch, if the horn works, the switch has gone out.