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Old 08-04-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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Horn not working

I installed a new horn and wired it up right and replaced the fused ( thought that was the problem). And now i cant still figure out why the horn isnt working.


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Old 08-04-2013, 05:54 PM   #2
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Listen for the relay to click when you push the horn button. Leave the drivers door open and listen towards the fender area.
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No clicking noise
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Relay #23 ( in my 2001 anyway ) inside fuse panel. You can switch with another one to check. Then you'll know.
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Okay I'll check it out
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I swap out relays with another one and still doesn't click
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That stinks. Those are the simple steps to start with. And the only problems I've had with my horn. Next step may be the clockspring behind the steering wheel. I haven't dealt with that, although I've removed my wheel many times. That's about all I can suggest. I don't want to offer info on something I haven't replaced or fixed..
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If it's the clock spring then I'll have to take it to ford.
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Check your power wire with a tester to see if it lights up when the horn is pushed. Then go from there. Check the horn on a battery to make sure it works. Check the ground, mounting bracket to see if it's rusted.
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