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Q: Car horn broken

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The car horn is not working.

The horns on the vehicle would need to be checked to see if power is getting to the horns. The system has a fuse, relay, clock spring, and horn pad that may be preventing the horns from getting power. There are no problems that stand out on these vehicles, and a standard diagnostic procedure would be needed by a mechanic to find the problem. I recommend having a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, come out to you and inspect your broken car horn.

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