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The horn doesn't work. where is it located? - 1997 Saturn SL

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The horn is located at the front of the vehicle near the radiator. Before you even look at the horn, check the fuse - the horn has its own fuse. Then check the horn relay and then the horn. Lastly, if the horn still does not work check the horn switch/button

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Get a horn at Autozone or somethin, and look down behind the drivers side headlights. Positive negative and ground are on top.

Hope this helps, James Booth

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