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No brake lights or horn both on samefuse but fuses ok

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  • wayne1511 Jul 25, 2008

    ive changed fuse just b sure when u say check wires on horn at steering wheel or under bonnet

  • JOLLY JIMMY Nov 28, 2008

    I BOUGHT A 2002 GRAND VITARA BUT WHEN I TURN THE STEERING WHEEL SLOWLY TO THE LEFT THE HORN SOUNDS VERY EMBARRISSING WHEN IN TRAFFIC WITH CARS IN FRONT THEY THINK I AM SOUNDING THE HORN AT THEM HELP PLEASE PLEASE AS I DONT WANT TO END UP IN HOSPITIAL FROM A THUMPING FROM ANOTHER DRIVER

  • magra_lad Apr 16, 2009

    1994 suzuki vitara 1.6 16v jx 5d, brake lights aren't working? checked fuse, changed bulbs noticed a black eart wire attached to chassis hanging in th centre dash console where should that be attached to? also checked the unit on the brake pedal

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Also you should check your earth wires both on the horn and the rear light assembly as if not earthed or not earthing properly this will also cause this take earth lines off and give a light sand with some fine sand paper. It may also be the relay switch for the lights this can be found either under the dash just follow wire from nonpowered side of fuse box to relay (take fuse out and put test lamp on fuse head with ignition on reds and foot on brake if it lights up follow other side it should be the bottom of the fuse box though it will be a small black box) or maybe under bonnet with other relays in caseing big black box with removeable top should tell you on the lid what relay does what. Also you can use test lamp on both horn and rear light assembly to see if you are getting any power to them and also check your bulbs as if they are blown this will be cutting your curcuit and without a complete curcuit you don't get power where you should If sanding earth and all wires are on bulbs are fine change your relay switch. Hope this helped

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There may be a wire off the horn but this is no problem as they are only push on clips so if you locate the horn and check there are no wires off, if there is this should be your problem i would also advize just changing the fuse anyway making sure it is the right amp.

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