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.
Basically, a "relay" is a switch. When you push the horn button you're triggering the relay which in turn feeds power to the horn.
The 1991 Honda Accord horn relay switch can be found mounted to the radiator. The horn relay switch will be on the right hand side of the radiator housing.
Possible causes are a fulty horn relay, faulty horn switch (probably part of the steering wheel SRS module), or a short circuit between the horn relay & horn switch. Quickest temporary fix is to remove the horn relay, but as a horn is part of the required safety equipment on automobiles you need to find the source of the problem & fix it asap.
Typically, that problem would only be caused by a faulty horn relay or a damaged horn contact switch inside the steering column. A frayed wire that rubs on a metal part of the vehicle. Since the relay is the easiest part to test, remove the relay and replace it with a similar relay FOR TEST PURPOSES ONLY. If the horn works properly with a replacement relay, put the relay you used for testing back and purchase a new horn relay. If the test relay left the horn ON, you probably have a damaged horn contact switch, in which you will need to replace the faulty component.
The 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass horn relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The horn relay switch will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
The 1994 Pontiac Firebird horn relay switch can be found on the inside of the front quarter panel. The horn relay switch will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
The 1999 Mercedes-Benz horn relay switch can be found on the drivers side front quarter panel. The horn relay switch will be behind the headlight assembly.
The 1999 Chevy Astro horn relay switch can be found on the back of the horn. The relay switch will be attached to the horn with two retaining screws.
The 1995 Chevrolet Corvette on relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The horn relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
The 1996 Buick Century horn relay switch is located behind the dashboard. The relay switch will be on the drivers side of the dashboard.
the horn relay switch is in the fuse panel or it should be on the horn wires itself
where is the horn relay switch located on a 2007 ford focus
The horn relay switch is located in a four-relay module installed within the main relay next to the inverter. Use your manual to make things easier.
Keep it simple, check the horn fuse, if good remove horn relay & briefly connect the #86 & #30 (12V+ to horn), If horns blow then swap relay with Daytime running lights. Note the relay position when you remove them cause GM reverses some of the relays. If horn still doesn't work then its probably the horn switch on the air bag cover. $400+ repair.
the horn does not have a relay on your car, does have a fuse inside the car, d.s dash
does anyone know where the horn relay switch is on a 86 chevy S10?
The 1998 Honda horn relay switch can be found on the inside front quarter panel. The relay switch will be on the drivers side door panel.
Bad horn? Bad relay? Bad horn switch?
The easiest two ways are to either remove the fuse, or remove the relay. If the horn is stuck blowing then the relay is probably bad.
there unfortunatly is no relay switch for the horn. It is on a fused circuit usaually with the dome light and beeper that sounds when the door is open and after you start the vehicle
The 1982 Honda horn relay switch is located behind the instrument panel. The corn relay switch cannot be seen without removing the instrument panel.
dependsummmm well it depends on which relay we are talking about where is the relay switch panel on the 1996 s-10 pickup located i need to replace the relay switch my horn son't blow when the engine is running but will blow when the engine is off it will blow strange i was told it neede to have a relay switch i have the switch but don't know where to install it any help? ThanksWhere did you get the switch? what relay did they tell you to replace?The horn relay is located in the relay center located in the glove compartment. The horn relay would be the second one from the left, the fist one being the fuel pump relay.
you can remove the horn relay in the fuse box.
You have to determine the cause first. Check the horn switch and contacts, fuse, relay and the horn itself.