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Horn doesn't work.

(2002 Chrysler Sebring)
in Rockledge, FL on January 07, 2010
Horn doesn't work, relay and fuse appear to be OK.
Where are the horns, can they be repaired?
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Your car has two horns one under each head lights. If the fuse and horn relay are OK you should have power (12 Volts) at the dark green/red wire at each horn when the horn switch is depressed, if you have power under these conditions then the horns themselves have failed. Fuse #8 (20 Amp fuse is the horn fuse in the fuse box.
on January 07, 2010
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