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Q: Car horn in my 1997 Plymouth Neon not working

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My car horn has stopped working.

Hi there. Your car horn is ran through a fuse to complete a circuit and sound when the button is depressed. A fuse check done by a certified mechanic sent to your residence by YourMechanic can quickly diagnose the cause of this malfunctioning horn.

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