Question about 1997 Lexus LS 400
Are clocksprings plugged in all the way? In my last car the horn started to fail and I checked everything then decided to just push in the connectors some more. Then my problem was solved. They were just a little loose getting voltage from the wires going to the horns, changed the horns and all was well. Sounds like a wiring problem in your case. Are you not getting any voltage to relay trigger when horn is pressed?
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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