Question about 1986 Ford Mustang
You need to check at the horn to see if 12V is present when the horn button is pushed.
Horns are a pretty primitive device and have a set of contacts inside that can become burned over time and cease contacting. Often, these contacts can be adjusted via a screw on the housing that doesn't seem to have any purpose for mounting; it may also have a nut on the screw to secure it after adjustment.
I have managed to adjust a half-dozen during my life and bring them back to life. If you try the adjustment route, be prepared to sling your screwdriver across the yard when the horn suddenly blares again with you inches away from it!
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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