Pressing on the steering wheel pad will close the contacts on the switch that activates the horn relay which in turn activates the horn.
The switch to operate the horn on a 1965 Ford Mustang is located at the center of the steering wheel.
Defective horn switch in the steering wheel or short in wiring. If the car has an air bag, do not attempt to repair the steering wheel horn switch. Take it to a professional. Serious injury can occur when working with the SRS.
Most likely a short between the horn relay and the horn switch in the steering wheel.
the horn is not in the steering wheel only the switch to make it workis in the steering column note if you didnt know horn is not in steering column, u would be better off getting a mechanic to fix it
in the middle of the steering wheel.
Horn relay Horn fuse steering wheel switch
First, disconnect the battery to stop the horrid noise! The switch for the horn is in the center of the steering wheel - it may be tricky to get to this switch with an air bag unit in the steering wheel, something best left to a professional repair facility.
you need to remove the horn button,should just pop out of the steering wheel,then remove the center nut and you will need a wheel puller to pull the steering wheel,then the switch will be easily accessible
Usually, the bolt to remove the steering wheel from the column is located at the point where it attached to the column. If your steering wheel has a pressure switch for the city horn located in the center of the steering wheel, you'll have to remove it to access that bolt.
On the arm with your Main beams switch on. You push it in towards steering wheel
That's a completely stupid answer., For God's sake, the guy is asking where the HORN is, NOT the switch. Was that supposed to be funny?
Most steering wheel buttons bulbs are not serviceable, you must replace the button(switch) or the shole horn pad, most dash and switch bulbs are not serviceable
steering wheel diagram for 1993 silverado horn
I have the same problem with my car horn steering wheel button. There is the problem with the horn relay switch. You need to open up the steering wheel and carefully determine the wires that are connected to the switch. In my vehicle's case, the relay switch is tucked in along with the airbag, which made it impossible for me to pull out the whole relay. I was hesitant to pull the relay out as it may render the airbag useless (as it may trigger accidental inflation), so I had to go with identifying the wires connected to the horn relay switch only. Once the wires were identified, I had to bypass the connection to the steering wheel relay switch and reroute the wires into a vacant spot on the dashboard. With a switch improvised, I can trigger the horn from where I mounted the switch, which is just below the steering wheel. Have a car electrician look at the problem and he may give some ideas on how to solve your horn problem. Good luck.
Check fuse Check relay Check to see if you are getting power to horn Could be switch in steering wheel
on the steering wheel
Short to power in the horn circuit, relay stuck in the closed position, stuck horn switch.
Checked the fuses. Tested the horn, direct connection to the battery. Check horn relay. Here is the basic. Between the horn switch and the horn relay is the Clockspring Assembly in the steering wheel. If you ground the red/green wire at the base of the steering column and the horn works, you have either a bad horn switch or Clockspring Assembly.
Ahoy, this is stonemkr and this ring is the contact. the part in side the steering wheel is called the horn ring the part you actually press on steering wheel is called horn button
To take the steering wheel off to get to the horn a person needs a steering wheel puller. It will remove the steering wheel by applying pressure to the middle and pulling up on the rest.
See if you are getting power to the horn itself-they have a tendency to fail If not it could be relay or switch at steering wheel
It's on the corner of the steering wheel. With little horn signs. It's not in the middle of the steering wheel.
Need to clarify what you are asking. The Horn Relay is inside the relay/fuse box behind the battery. The Horn Switch is located in the air bag in front of the steering wheel. You must replace the air bag module to replace the Horn Switch. The Horn switch grounds the relay which then powers the horns.
Horn ring and/or steering wheel hub is bent.