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Where is relay for horn in kp61 starlet - 1983 Toyota Starlet

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Haynes nr.462 its does exist...;)

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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Theres no relay on that curcit only fuse nr.6, but unless you Emergency flasher is gone as well
its probably just a lose wire or the con. copper "slider" that needs a couple of turns "out" you can use a
credit card with the wheel still on, look underneth it...but it usually needs some grease-after 25years...;)

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The relay is usually located either under the hood driver side there is a fuse box there it should be close tp the firewall. and if you can not find it there look under the dash for the interior fuse box. it will be either on the side of the dash as you open the door or by the floor borad next to the brake pedal.

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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