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Horn problems and how to change them

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Maybe undo the electrical connector to the horns and check for proper 12V and ground connections.  It also could be the horns themselves that are causing a blown fuse.  Have you cleaned out your front drains?  Is water standing in the horn compartment?  That could cause a short.

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 DBJoe, Are you referring to the alarm horn ?. Actual horns are rearward of right front radiator scoop. Only way for those to get wet is submerge the front end of the car. The horn grounds plug under airbag on steering wheel. If the horns or relay juice is going to ground then fuse blows due to short circuit.  Bumper removal and right side radiator scoop removal will get you to the horns. Disconnect each one and using a test light on power pin from harness to ground , have someone push horn pad. If the light works and no fuse pops, , horn(s ) are  faulty. If fuse pops anyway, then problem is in relay and or wiring.

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