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How to replace horn on 1998 chevy c2500 pickup

Located horn but don't know how to get to it to replace it with new one

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it's between the radiator and the grill, there are two of them.  Have you checked the horn relay?

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Hello! If you have the TBI engine it should be 9 to 13 pounds - if it's the SFI, it should be 40 to 55 pounds.


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SOURCE: locating a horn relay for 85 chevy pickup 1/2 ton

on the firewall with the other relays under the hood near the battery, it'll have a light green wire as the sme color as the wire that hooks to the horn. The fuse is in the under dash fuse panel. if the fuse is good you can repeated ly hit the horn button and listen for or feel by touch the relay as it clicks. The horns fail more often than the relay and the relay will work to run other things so it could be removed if the rely was used for thre fuel pump or something else.

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Under the hood. drivers side on top of the fender well. Black plastic compartment usually but not always marked fuses and relays relays are square most of the time black plastic ( sometimes metal) little bigger than end of thumb. Anyway when you open the box on the inside of the lid fuse and relays are mapped out for you.

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