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On a wholly battery fed system the horn is generally more efficient and suffers fewer problems. Lots of older lightweight motorcycles and scooters and probably some of the more modern types either do not have a battery or do not have an effective charging system for the typically small battery with sufficient surplus capacity to provide current for accessories should the battery become discharged.
It is not unusual as these sort of bikes pass the first flush of youth to find the horn does not work very well particularly when the lights are switched on.
If there is a battery it should be fully charged and tested. The wiring connections from the generator, the connections to the battery, to the horn, to the horn push and the horn push contacts should all be thoroughly cleaned and in particular all the ground connections.
If the horn is in good condition and the generator is working efficiently the above maintenance should put things right. Many horns are adjustable and minor adjustments are likely to be needed throughout it's service life.
I'm sorry but what do you mean when you say the horn works? And there are other ways to test functionality. If the laptop doesn't charge it could be a dead battery in which chase it would need to be replaced. in order to test this you need to remove the internal battery and try turning it on while it is plugged into a power source.
I would get the batteries checked for power. Just because your charger shows fully charged quite often the batteries are low but enough power for lights or horn which does not take much power. i suspect bad batteries.
try this. discconect battery neg cable, unplug horn relay under hood, lock front door with key, reconnect battery, unlock front door with key, start car, reinstall horn relay,,, good luck. this works for acura so no promisies on yours.
have you checked the switchs?..all wires are on them..& 1st check the fuse as not blown...the regultor charges the battery....so if the battery is fully charged the indicators & horn should still work..i would look for a wireing fault 1st...hope this helps
Check the condition and voltage of the battery as this is most likely defective. This is not uncommon in battery powered vehicles. If this is new then return it to the retailer / dealer for replacement.