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The horn doesnt work,ive checked from the steering wheel to the fuse box and its getting power but icant locate the actual horn

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What kind of vehicle? Year, Make , Model, Engine Type and how many Liters.

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Its in front around the radiator. But try the relay to see if it is working.

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