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Horn on 2006 T & Country will not work. Took of the horn, cut the wires, put it to 12 volts and they light up like a christmas tree. Checked the Fuses and also the relay. There is the correct voltage to the relay but when I push the steering wheel, there is no continuity on the leads to the coil of the relay. The horn lock function does not work either so to me, that rules out a broken wire in the steering wheel. Do you think it is the Voltage Distribution Module?

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is you horn button working? have you tried a volt/ohm; meter?
using the volt meter you can tell if the horn button is working put the black probe to ground and pull the hot wire off the horn and attach the red probe and push the horn if you get 12 volts or close button is working maybe you would like to purchase a repair manual for your
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If you can't see it, you will want to just look up under the frame channel by the radiator, then check the nearest wiring harness locations for the wire you need. When you find a single wire with a terminal that appears that it will plug into the horn, put your test light into the terninal & ground the other end, watch as you press the horn button & you will confirm that this is the wire for that. Also, look for a cut wire where someone may have altered the harness due to a previously stuck horn.

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