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use a test light see if horn getting power,if test light flash when you press horn pad,more likely horn could be bad or hot wire horn see if it works,if no horn need replacing,if test light dont blink when you press horn pad you have blowed fuse or bad horn relay,if both fuse and relay of the horn pad bad have replace whole horn pad with airbag in the steering wheel.
have you checked all fuses and relays? if they r all good then you need to see if there is power to the horn by using a test light. this takes two people to do one to hold test light to horn wire one to press horn. horn is located behind front bumper. if you have power then replace the horn if no power then you have a blown fuse or bad relay or bad horn button in steering wheel.
Could be a number of things, firstly remove the horn using 2 lengths of wire 1off the live side of the battery, and the other off the neg side put the wires to the horn 1on each post and the horn should sound, eliminating the horn, if it works replace it to the frame,( if it does not work replace the horn) next you need to check for power at the horn feed wire, at the horn using a test light with the ignition on put 1end of the lite into the black wire and the other to the frame or engine, the lite should then light confirming you have power to the horn,( if you do) replace the wire to the horn leaving the green wire of the horn, ( if no power at this point double check all fuses)using a length of wire from the earth of the engine to this post on the horn should sound the horn, this would then point the fault at the horn button circuit, hope this helps
Check the fuses. Check the relay for the horn.Check the connections to the horns. There will be 2 horns disconnect both. Use a test light ground it to the battery and stick the probe in the wire connector for any of the horns. Have someone press the horn button. If your getting power the test light should light when the horn button is pressed. If it does? You have wither bad grounded horns or bad horns period. If the test light doesn't light? You have a problem in the steering column remove the steering wheel and you will see in there a plastic ring with a copper or brass button that drags on another ring to power the horn button. these pieces ware out and the spring loses its tension. This is a common problem with Ford Trucks. Good luck Please give me good feed back of somekind for me on here. Thanks
Check your fuses. If the fuse is good then you'll have to check for power at the horn itself. If you have power then use a 12 volt test light and check your ground circuit. Have smeone depress the horn switch with the test light hooked up to the power side of the circuit and also the ground side, if the light illuminates with the horn depressed then you have a bad horn assembly.
That's the horn fuse,you have located it;
I will assume that you have checked for a blown fuse, and that the fuse is good!! If not, check that first!With a test light and a jumper wire, you can locate the problem with little effort! You can get a test light from any auto supply store, or from Wal-mart! They are only a few dollars and are a very helpful thing to have. A jumper wire is just a piece of wire, that you can use to run power from one location to another! If you want to be fancy, you can put alligator clips on both ends! -Start by locating the horns and pulling the wire off of one. Attach your test light to a ground and use the probe (pointed end) to connect to the horn wire. -Have someone hit the horn button on the steering wheel! If the test light lights, then the horn(s) are bad and will need to be replaced! Just to be sure, take your jump wire and run from the positive battery post to the horn power connector (where you pulled off the wire) and make sure that the horn does not sound with direct power! -If there is no power to the horn, you will need to check the horn relay to see if it is getting power. If it is the relay is bad! If there is no power to the relay, the problem is in the steering column or steering wheel horn button! -Most likely the horn or the horn relay is bad! Good luck!!!
There is a list of things that might be wrong, your going to need a test light to make it ezer. start at the fuse box and make sure that it is good. if so go to the other end ( the horn ) with your test light check and see if the horn is getting power if so your horn may need to be replaced or adj. First try to adj. there is a small screw on the back of the horn you can turn while pushing your horn button. if no luck replace horn.
If you don't get any power hit the middle ( LH handle bar switch ) check for power into the switch if so check power out. NO power in you fault is between switch and fuse .IF power in and not out your switch needs R&R. IF power out but not at the horn well then check your wire between switch and horn
Well, it could be a fuse. Check the associated fuse, if it is ok then proceed to checking for power at the horn (it should have 12v). If the horn has power then replace the horn. If it does not then seek proffesional certified help due to the fact that the problem is going to be in the steering column or horn pad, and that will require dealing with the airbag system (which is NOT recommended) unless qualified.