|Today 07:26 PM|
Extended warranties are extremely variable on coverage/deductibles, only the ppwk. you bought will give the answer.
Each provider & version they sell varies, even Ford has different levels avail..
|Today 10:56 AM|
|Today 12:47 AM|
Show 'em a car that's under 36 mo./36,000 miles and under the bumper to bumper warranty?
This thread talks about earlier year different models than your '12 MkIII, any info. here might not apply.
|Yesterday 10:12 PM|
|Gc2tone32||OK so my horn Is not working as well. The fuse is fine and the relay is clicking. In earlier posts I read something about a tsb free horn replacement. My question is what would I have to show or provide to the dealer for them to honor this for free??|
|05-14-2015 04:56 PM|
"My horn blows" actually means the horn doesn't blow. Like your vacuum sucking...
English is fun.
You said you tried to switch the relay...so you did switch it or didn't? Make sure it's a known good relay. If it was, then your issue is likely the switch in the steering wheel.
Disconnect the battery and wait AT LEAST 30 minutes before opening up the wheel or you risk getting the airbag in the face. Sure, it's funny on YouTube, but not when it happens to you.
|05-14-2015 03:54 PM|
|ferjaram||I mean it works when I run it to the battery, but when everything is hook up it wont blow.|
|05-14-2015 01:00 PM|
Leave it alone, you said it works.
Relays don't need to make an audible click to function, noise level varies tremendously. Why worry if it's functional?
|05-14-2015 12:33 PM|
|ferjaram||I have a problem too. My horn works it blows. But the relay doesn't click. I tried to switch out the relay and still no click. Any advice|
|05-02-2015 05:29 AM|
'Basically the horn bracket is wrong and the horn gets water in it and stops functioning.'
I've seen that before on other cars, do those guys ever even think about that issue???
I've actually done what it takes to re-orient the scroll openings to make them shed water instead of ingest it. Never had one of those then later go bad unless the case itself leaked where riveted together. Drill rivets out and use small screws and nuts and glue it back up with silicone after dressing the points and resetting the diaphragm screw to make noise and blow the sh-t out of it.
|04-29-2015 09:50 PM|
3 items not working which use that part pointed to it pretty well.
Glad you confirmed it, when I saw this earlier tonight there wasn't an easier way to prove the issue I could think of than pulling it for checking.
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