Question about Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata
If the horn is the only thing that is not working, then it is probably not a fuse. You can double-check the fuses to make sure, but that is usually included on another fuse with other cabin electronics. Look under the hood for your fuse box ... on the lid, there should be a map of the fuses in that fuse box. If there is not one specifically labeled " horn" or something, you can look under the drivers' side of the dashboard for a secondary fuse box (some cars have them, some do not). If there is a fuse panel there, check the map on the fuse box cover -- if there is not a specific fuse for the horn , then it is probably not a fuse issue. It is difficult to explain exactly how to fix the problem if it is not a fuse, so I recommend getting a Haynes manual for your car (available at most auto-parts stores. This manual is based on a complete tear down and rebuild of the car, and should have the information you are looking for.
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