find the old horn. it should have 2 wires. find a place to mount the new horn and attach the 2 wires from the old horn to their respective tabs[one should be a fat tab and one should be a thinner metal tab. You cabn buy the little electrical parts that you crimp on the end of the wires to attach to the tabs but really, if you buy good quality electrical tape or better yet-rubber electricians splicing tape[any Home Depot] just strip the new horns wires and wrap them around the correct tab [it may not even matter if there are only 2 wires.] and just tape the heck out of them so no water can get in [which is why rubber elec. tape is so great. remove your old horn with either sockets or wrenches and your good.
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
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on my 93 Cherokee the horn fuse is #11, a 25 amp fuse.
Jeep Cherokee's are unibody. You cannot install a body lift.
no it wont fit cause ive just changed a 1990 jeep Cherokee transmission it had a 1998 jeep grand Cherokee transmission in it it broke the fly wheel and burned the torque converter up
I have a jeep Cherokee of that year and I believe that what you are refering to is a spherical thermometer and horn assembly.
if they are the same engine then yes.
In the middle of the steering wheel
Right behind the grill
Cherokee is a hard top only vehicle.
Jeep does not use inertia/reset switches.
There are a couples of reasons why a 1993 Jeep Cherokee's horn may not work. One reason is the horn relay fuse may need to be replaced.
The original tire size for a 1990 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is P195/75R15. The tires are for 15 inch wheels for the vehicle.
1990 will require an OBD1 reader
The Jeep Grand Cherokee didn't exist until 1993.
Most parts are interchangeable as long as it's the same engine type.
the horn fuse is on the right hand passenger side of the dash.