Did you try the horn relay? It is located near the fuse box.
there is a breaker on back side of fuse box....remove glove box to access it. hope this helps
take the relay out of your fuse box that is for the alarm system. no relay means no power to the alarm system, not a fix but good enough to get you by until you can find the real problem and fix it
It's located in the black fuse box under the hood but if when you pull the relay out the fan kicks on the relay wont fix it... common situation. The fan itself is most likely bad
under the glove box, a bit of a tight spot but easy to fix.
The auxiliary relay box #2 is behind the right headlamp, under the air cleaner box.
It doesn't use a fuse but instead uses a relay which is located in the main fuse block. Problem is, you can't buy just the relay as it's soldered into the fuse block. You need to replace the whole fuse box. This happened to me when my fan would not shut off. The relay gets stuck in the on position. Temp fix is to open the fuse box cover and tap the relay to release the contacts. Or spend $300 on a fuse box for a $4 relay.
The diagram for a 1995 F150 relay box can be found in the owners manual of the car. It can also be found on the back of the cover to the relay box.
The fan relay is in the relay box next to the battery...it says fan relay on it.
The relay is in the relay box under the hood. The fuse is in the fuse box.
you look in the relay box
the relay is located in the engine compartment fuse box which is located just above the steering box on the right side of the van. open the box and the relay on the center will be the pump relay
The 2000 Honda Civic wiper relay box can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The wiper relay box will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
The main headlight relay is mounded in the fuse box under the air filter. The relay for timed headlights is in the relay box under the center of the dash.
under the radio, in the relay and and fuse box, gray relay
The Camry's fuel relay is located in engine fuse box. When you open the fuse box you will see the relay is marked C/O (circuit open relay) this is your fuel pump relay.
I have '92 Cabriolet and just had this happen to me. It was a good sized relay under the dash under the glove box - pretty easy to get to. This relay also happened to fix an issue with the power sprayer for the windshield which wasn't working. I'm not a mechanic so this is only observation - don't know if the relay controls both. Bought the relay at GermanAutoParts.com for about $130.00.
There is a relay box between your main fuse box and the air box. Little black number with 3 relays in it. In there is the wiper relay, main relay and the fuel pump relay. The main relay has a large red wire and should be closest to the front of the car. The fuel pump relay should be the middle one.
The TIPM is the fuse/relay box next to the battery under the hood.The TIPM is the fuse/relay box next to the battery under the hood.
On a 1996 Subaru Legacy, the starter relay is located under the head in the relay box. The relay box is located on the driver side at the rear of the engine.
should be in the relay box under the hood. in the corner of the box most likely
relay box (fuse box under hood)
In the Power Distribution Box in your engine compartment ( PD BOX is " live " ) Relay # 29 is the fuel pump relay ( it's beside relay # 25 which is the A/C clutch relay )
It is in the passenger compartment relay/fuse box to the left of the steering wheel. The relay for the fuel pump is on the bottom of the box and is the one third slot from the rear of the box. The engine will not start with that relay removed, obviously.
There are a number of things it may be but more commonly it is the horn relay or the actual horns themselves. The relay is located in the fuse box in the dash or linkable fuse box, next to the battery, under the hood. The contacts on the relay can be sanded or filed to clean them. Horns will have to be replaced. Try the free fixes first then move on to replacing parts.