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Welcome, I'm Chris (aka Moose), my normal schedule online is around lunch and after dinner till early morning.
The click is it from the fuse box or from within the steering wheel?
Does the cruise control work?
Does the horn work with the panic button on the fob pressed?
If you remove the horn relay under the hood are there 2 pins which have battery voltage?
It is in the fuse box under the hood. Do you have a owners manual showing where all fuses and relays are?
Use this link https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/90220402/hornrelay.pdf
Since the relay is clicking can you remove the relay and confirm 2 pins are powered there? If so then we need to move onto checking the horns by hot wiring power to them.
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I never said to remove or replace a fuse. Are you sure your responding to the correct post, I see you have 3 open posts.
Thanks, ***** ***** do the steps I mentioned to do with the relay removed and checking for power to the horns?
Great, can you unplug the horns and see if that wire is powered from the relay when you press the horn. If it is then the horns are bad or not grounded good. If there is no power then they have cut the wire somewhere.
Hello again Chris here,
Thanks for the update
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Here is the wire diagram for this circuit.
Is any of this wiring still there able to use without adding relays?
The yellow/light green wire should get powered by the relay when you press the horn.