- LISTEN FOR SOUND:Check for any sound when the horn is energized. If there is, then know that the electrical circuitry is still intact.
- INSPECT THE HORN: loosen the horn, clean any rust, and set it back and if the horn does not sound run a jumper wire to it directly from the battery. If it still does not work, change it.
- FUSECheck to see that the fuse that controls the two horns if there is not fuse is burnt, if it is then replace it and reenergize the horn.
- CHECK HORN BUTTONobserves to see whether there is any dirt particle obstructing the horn knob on your steering wheel that stops the horn from sounding.
- ELECTRICAL WIRING: have a mechanic check — the wiring attached to the horn, if all else fails. If it is damaged, repair or replace it. Now.
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