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Put a meter on the wire that connects to the plastic horn behind the bumper.

If you don't get 12v it's electrical, if you do get the volts, it the horn.

My horn had died and I still had the voltage, so I swapped it out with a dual trumpet air horn set up from O'Reillys and now my horn works for sure.

My lights dim a little when I toot it but it's damn loud!

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Pull the steering wheel off and clean/sand all horn parts. Mine stopped working due to rusty contacts in the column, a light sand and it works great now. :thumbsup:

 

:agree: It's caused by intermittent contact between the spring loaded grounding pin and the rotating plate under the horn button. Lightly sand both to shiny metal w. 0000 steel wool, then smear a thin coat of dielectric grease on all moving parts to prevent further corrosion.

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Ok well i will try that today thank ya'll so much i took it to shop class and they just kinda looked at it hit it a few times and said yep its broke :doh: and i have to use my horn when all of the dam old people are coming down now and they drive like idiots :ack: thanks again

 

Brandon

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