Question about 2001 Toyota Echo
It depends on if the relay makes a clicking sound. This will help you figure out your problem. Everything between the horn button and relay is good if it makes a solid click sound when you press the horn button. So then the problem is in the power side of the circuit. Usually the relay contacts or horn.
And then if there is no click that means the problem is on the control side. Which is the steering-column wiring or horn buttons!
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Mine was having the same problem. The fuse was fine. We tested the horn and it was fine. turns out the wires had broken where it connects to the horn. Stripped them and reattached, they just push in. Then I wasn't getting a good ground, so I changed the location of the horn and bolted it next to the battery. Works fine now.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
Make sure the horn is hooked up. there should be 2 wires connected to the horn either under the car or under the hood.
if that doesn't work you need to take it in to a shop and have them look to see if the point on the steering wheel and the horn mechanism behind the wheel are making contact.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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