Question about Volvo 850
If you can find the horn you can take a two wires and run the from the positive and negative posts of the battery. Horns don't usually fail. the horn switch is in the steering wheel and could have open wires in the wiring harness that that runs down the steering column. Lastly there is a horn relay that is wired between the switch and horn. The easiest thing is to take off the horn wire and spray some WD40 on the terminal and on the horn. Tighten up the terminal end with a pair of pliers for a snug fit.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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