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Note the diagram.
If you use a jumper wire on load side of horn relay, with relay unplugged, the horn should sound. If it does, problem is on the control side of relay.
The load side of relay is that line with the arrow head. When the relay is energized, that line with arrow head, moves to other terminal and sends voltage to horn assembly.
horn relay located on the right side kick panel,you will see a row of relays,if horn relay is okay, more likely your horn control pad has a short inside causing horn button contacts to stick causing horn to keep blowing.
Hello! There is a Hood Switch designed to operate the Alarm If the hood is opened when the car is locked with alarm set...The Hood Switch is affected by heat from the engine plus the ambient temperature...The wire colors on the two pin switch connector are...Black/Pink and Black...Replace the switch OR clip a wire across those two pins which tells the system the switch is permanently closed...If this doesn't work, try disconnecting the connector which leaves the switch permanently open...I believe if you short out the switch the system won't know and the trouble will be removed...Guru...saailer
Assuming that you've checked the regular fuses, have you checked the relay for the blinkers? If not, one way to do so is the switch the relay for the hazard lights with the relay for the blinkers and see if that solves the problem. If it does, replace the relay so you have both blinkers and hazard lights.
Unfortunately your circuit is very complicated involving several relays and fuses as well as the FEM, which takes the input from the switch. Since you can hear relays clicking, you are probably hearing the run/park relay. That means your FEM and switch may be fine. The main wiper relay is supposed to be on whenever the car is running, so perhaps that is the one that is NOT on. Check fuses 20 in the box under the hood and 26 in the box inside the car. Note that there are 2 relay boxes under the hood. You want the one shaped like the pic below. If those fuses are good, pull out the main wiper relay, turn the key on, and then push the relay in listening closely to see if it clicks when you push it in. If it doesn't, try swapping it for another relay in the box.
you should also hear a click when you go from off to regular low beam also. if not, the least expensive thing would be to replace the relay. w2hen that doesn't work, the switch itself is the most likely cause and needs to be replaced. the headlight switch gets a lot of use and the internal plastic parts just wear down over time.