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With the key on but not the engine, press the horn ring a listen for a click, that click is a horn relay. You may need someone to listed under the hood for you, If you don't hear the click, take the covers off the fuse box and see if there is a diagram for the relays that shows a horn relay. While you are checking, look for a fuse for the horn. In rare cases it could be the horn ring or the clock spring.
Honda has had an issue with the seat belt sensor not working properly causing the SRS light even when buckled. Horn is likely unrelated. Test horn but checking for 12v at plug at horn. If 12v at horn, then replace horn. If no 12v, then check horn fuse.
check the fuse if the fuse is good use a test light on the wire going to the horn if it lights up when you press the horn button then the horn itself is bad if it does not light up it means no power to the horn ,check fuses first ,and make sure the horn is grounded to metal, if you run a wire from the positive terminal of the batt. and touch it to the wire going into the horn the horn should work if not bad horn
Step 1 is to ck the horn fuse in the under hood fuse box. If it is good then disconnect the rt horn (the easiest one to get to under the rt hand side front bumper.) /connect a test light across the 2 wires have some one push the horn pad and watch the test light . If the test light lights then the horns are bad and need to be replaced. If the test light does not light then remove the steering wheel air bag and ck the horn wire under the air bag.