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I checked the horn its connected i cant seem to locate the fuse for the horn on any diagram when i push the horn button on steering wheel i hear clicking down near fuse box

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Hi

this might help

Often the horn is a shared fuse with the car radio or interior light. worth a look, also the horn may be dirty inside and therefore wont sound, a good tap with a hammer might free it up again.

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Dan

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