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Q: Horn no longer working

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My car's horn no longer works.

A: Start with checking the fuses, your owners ...

Start with checking the fuses, your owners manual will have a diagram explaining where the fuse boxes are and which one is for the horn. If the fuses are good, the issue could be the horn button, wiring to the horn, or the horn itself. A qualified technician will be able to pinpoint the issue and fix your horn.

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