Question about 2000 Ford Focus
Several months back I noticed that the horn didn't sound very strong. Last week the horn stopped sounding. I changed the fuse, but still no sound. HELP!!!!!!!!!
Sounds like you may have corroded terminals on the horn itself.
Find the horn in the engine compartment - remove the wire connected to it - clean the spade terminal with some sand paper and push the terminal back on. If that doesn't work you may need to remove the horn from the car and clean up the earth connection, i.e. where the horn is attached to the body work of the car to get a good electrical contact.
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