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The HORN!

*katie* Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Horn is gone....

On the car of course...how do I get it working?

Do you think will be a fuze?

Cheers HUKD!!! :D
*katie* Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Take it to a garage and ask them to repair or replace it.

:)
#2
what car?
#3
fuse is the first place to start , then see if you are getting power at the horn when pressed , if you have then the horn is at fault , if not it could be the horn ring behind the steering wheel.
:)
#4
Carley
Your B/F's probably got it :evil:


What, the horn or the clap? :?

:-D
#5
Off a Saxo...just won't work!
#6
Shout beep beep out of the window :thumbsup:

http://www.nataliedee.com/030807/beep-beep.jpg
#7
If you are my next door neighbour then it will be knackered cos I ripped the wires out! It has never been acceptable to let kids play in the car and constantly beep the bloody horn............................................... especially when I am in bed!
#8
use the finger instead, works better
#9
Yes, try fuse first. A lot of cars have many different things running on the same circuit ( I am not sure if this applies to Saxo ) and at this time of year, frozen washer bottles and pumps can lead to blown fuses when folk are trying to get the frozen washers working by trying the switch too much, the motor in the pump can over heat. If the washers and horn are on th same circuit then the fuse might have blown because of the washer and the horn is fine, replace the fuse and away you go :-D
#10
a fuze? :?
#11
MrGrumpyman
Yes, try fuse first. A lot of cars have many different things running on the same circuit ( I am not sure if this applies to Saxo ) and at this time of year, frozen washer bottles and pumps can lead to blown fuses when folk are trying to get the frozen washers working by trying the switch too much, the motor in the pump can over heat. If the washers and horn are on th same circuit then the fuse might have blown because of the washer and the horn is fine, replace the fuse and away you go :-D


Thank you very much! Going to check the fuse, hope it will work! Until then beep beep out the window and the finger is in order lol thanks everyone who helped :-)
#12
dcx_badass
Download a Horn, burn it on a cd, then put your stereo on full volume and play it when you need to.


LMAO that's unbelievably stupid, but funny! Can just imagine that :w00t:

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