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Horn do not blow , I changed the fuse, could it be a wiring problem, all other lights works.

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Apply power directly to the horn
If it does not blow the horn(s) are bad
If horn does blow then:
1. horn switch on steering wheel is bad
2. relay not engaging
3. possible interrupt in power or ground

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