sounds more like a wiring problem in the steering column, if fuse blows again that would indicate so
Probably a fuse, check to see if your horn works, really!
yes, it is a fuse it will be labled int. lights/ horn on the fuse box
Check the fuse. On some hondas the horn and brake lights are on the same circuit. See if you have brake lights...if not, fuse for sure.
If the brake lights & horn are on the same fused circuit the most likely cause of the problem is an open circuit before the fuse.
Check your fuses. See owner's manual for location and assignment of fuses.
It could be a bad fuse, check under dash on passenger side kick panel. also if it stops working you cant blow your horn.
It's in the fuse box under the dash. Look at the cover of the fuse box and it should tell you which fuse is brake lights and horn. On my Legacy it is the middle row, third one in, fuse 12 I think.
A loose wire would cause the horn to stop working on your Dodge Avenger 2.4L engine.
Most likely a fuse(s) check them all if you havn't already
Crank but not start and run, possible. Not to crank, start or run, no. No lights or horn, no.
could be horn relay in underhood fuse box. or bad horn..
bad ground or wiring, bad switch/button, bad horn, bad horn relay, fuse.
If you can hear the relay click, it's not a fuse. It's either the circuit to the horn or the horn itself.
check your fusible link,its connected to your positive battery cable,it could be burnt or swollen.
I would check and see if it has a blowed fuse first.
astra 1.7dti 02 horn not working
yes horn is not working
My first step would be to check for a blown fuse. Then the second step is to check the horn relay. It's on the drivers side under the dash, behind the fuse panel. You probably have to unscrew the plastic under dash panels under the steering column to get at it.
It could be ignition module.
There is a fuse for Horn at the middle & under the dash. email@example.com
A loose wire or a blown fuse would.
If your battery is old, it could be the cause of the problem. The starter takes a lot of current to crank an engine. The fact that lights are working doesnt' give much info as to the state of the battery. Try blowing the horn, which takes more current, and see if that works OK. If it is weak, it is probably a battery problem. Try to jumper your battery from another car and see if that helps. If that doesn't help, it is likely a starter problem.