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    2009 Cayenne
    2010 BMW 328i Xdrive
    1998 BMW M3 sedan
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  1. Greetings and thank you for the informative site. I am a new owner of a 2009 Cayenne base model with dead Horn. I’ve read on the forum of typical failures, including steering wheel wire and two horn units. So far I’ve confirmed the fuse is ok. Before removing wheel arch covers to test the horns, I wanted to check the relay. Is the horn relay in the under hood fuse box? If so, which position? thank you, Ben
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