Q: How do I make the horn sound?

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How do I make the horn sound?

You may need to use your car horn to get the attention of other drivers.

  1. Locate the horn symbol on the center of your steering wheel.

  2. Press down on the area around the horn symbol to hear a sound.

Tip

The horn may not work unless you’ve locked the steering wheel in place.

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