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do you have a volt ohm meter so we can do some testing ?
I need you to unplug the horn and then apply power to the horn.
need to confirm the horn is still operational so we don't chase our self's
here is a image of horn and the location very easy to access
no don't think it will get their
most likely a bad horn. but to confirm this need to do this simple test.
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see the pdf file I just sent
well their is two ways to do this.
1 is to use a volt meter or test light to see if their is power at the horn.
or the other option is to remove the plug and make a jumper wire that will reach the battery so you can power the horn up by touching the wire to the positive battery post .
this is why a volt meter /test light is important so a simple voltage check and rule this out and then the repair is pretty straight forward .
then make a ground wire to ground horn terminal
does not end until we finish this .
here is the full test. but you don't need to remove the bumper it's pretty easy to get to ..
if you got the volt meter it's a simple test you will check power on the wht/grn wire.
so as someone hold's the horn button you will check to see if their is power on the wire,if you have power then replace the horn as your getting power and the horn simply failed.
red to the power wire and the black to a ground.
if you unplugged the connector then the terminals will be visible