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Horn is not working, check engine light is on

My horn is not working. I had problems with it "sticking" previously but now it's not working at all. I replaced the relay and/or fuse in the engine fuse/relay box but this did not solve the problem.

Also, my check engine light is on, last time it was due to "bad gas" so I've purchased some GUMOUT fuel system cleaner stuff which I will use soon. I have to get an inspection in August and I need both problems solved. Please help!

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Your horn not working is probably due to the horn switch in the steeringwheel

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