The horn relay is up under the dash near the radio. There are 2 relays there. remove the plastic and metal covering under the steering wheel and the relay is to the right of it. My 94 had a bad "clockspring". It is just a peice of ribbon type cable coiled around the steering column. My cruse control, airbag and horn are through that connector. I just resoldered them to the wires and I was in business.On the relay there are 4 wires blue (to horn) yellow blue opposite and the other two opposite each other are for the relay coil.to bypass the relay to test just jumper the blue wire with the opposite yellow blue.to test the relay, ground out one of the relay coil wires. From what I have been reading it may be the ribbon cable under the steering wheel on the column.(Just make sure to take off the ground to the battery first if you have an airbag before taking off the steering wheel cover and steering wheel.
under dash between radio and steering wheel.
first check the horn relay, if that dosent work your horn switch is probably stuck try checking it!
To find the horn relay on a 1987 Ford Ranger, look along the steering column under the dash. Here you will find the speed control amplifier bracket, which is what the horn relay is connected to.
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The horn relay on a 2001 Ford Expedition is located on the RPO Relay Block 1. You can find this relay block under the dash just above the passenger-side air bag.
The relay for a 1994 Ford Aerostar is located to the right of the steering column under the dash area. There are 4 wires coming in and out of it. The colors of the wires are normally 2 yellow/light blue, 1 dark blue and 1 yellow/light green.
On a 2005 Ford Focus : ( # 33 is a 20 amp fuse for the horn and relay R23 is the horn relay )
The horn relay in a 1994 Ford Bronco is located on attached to the cruise module. The electrical relay is under the hood.
sounds like it could be the clockwork spring that is in the stering colum you have to remove the stering whell to get at this and it is a dealer only part
Horn relay is located under the dash on a white plastic block. Did you get yours fixed?
The horn relay is in the fuse box by the passengers left foot. Not sure how to get at it though
Yes , mini fuse # 28 is a 20 amp fuse for the horn relay and relay # 47 is the horn relay
Check the flat cable coil in steering wheel, it may have broken leeds.
Think it's passenger side of engine compartment above wheel well. Should be the horn relay and fuel pump relay.
Where to find the horn relay fuse for a 93 Lincoln Mark VIII
Check the fuses first!
The horn relay of the ford 2008 escape is in the fuse box that is located in the car on the right front side of the concole ,by the passenger's left foot. The relay is build into the inside of the box you can hear it clicking when you hit the horn how you get it out is an other question.
the horn is located on the steering wheel along with the accel set button and cruise control button.
Make sure it is grounded to the body. Check the fuse and horn relay.
on a 91 ranger the horn relay is located in the power distribution box under the hood on the drivers side. It will be the first relay closest to the motor
What relay are you trying to replace? (what does it operate?) horn
On a 1999 Ford Explorer : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment near the brake fluid reservoir ( mini fuse # 10 is a 15 amp fuse for the horn relay ) * also , the # 7 relay is the horn relay
In a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the drivers side of the engine compartment ( relay # 2 is the horn relay )