the parking brake may be stuck and that causes the brakes to lock up completely, and the horn and lights will stick work if the parking brake is stuck.
I have exactly the same problem on a Honda accord 99.
A horn might not work on a 1996 Honda Accord because of a blown fuse. There is also the possibility that the wire was cut or damaged. The horn is part of the security system. A used car might have the horn wire cut because the previous owner was annoyed by the horn blaring when someone came near the car.
No, they are too light to work on an Accord.
On my 98 Accord EX, the horn contacts in the steering wheel became corroded. Now the horn only works when I press the horn button and rock the steering wheel. Honda said that it would cost over $800 to repair it because the contacts are integrated with the air bag and the whole thing needs to be replaced. I may spray it with electrical contact cleaner from Radio Shack. If that doesn't work, I'll drive it into the river.
When parts of a car do not work, it is important to know where its fuse is located. The horn fuse in a 1999 Chevy Blazer is located in the fuse box under the driver side dash.
More than likely the bulb is burnt out.
Fixing the horn on this car will depend on what cause it to no longer work. The fuse may need to be replaced, the wiring, or it may be the clock spring.Ê
Rework on others accord when work instructions are not adhered to contributing to loss of time and money.
i believe that they all work off the same fuse. check the fuses first
first poo your pants and eat it hahahaha take that society
The speed meter or speedometer on a 1999 Honda Accord will stop working if the cable has been damaged or the sending unit fails. The transmission constantly provides information to computer and speedometer regard the speed the vehicle is moving.
Start with the simple stuff. First check the fuse, and you can even pull the cover off of the horn relay in the power distribution center and manually activate the relay to see if the horn works. Most likely cause of this is a faulty clockspring. Usually with a faulty clockspring, the airbag light will be on, the cruise control will not work, and the horn will not work. This is very common on these vans.
Need more info. I have this problem with my 1999. I suspect my secondary fan is the cause but it's a work in progress.
A person would have to do simple trouble shooting on the horn. There are only a few things it could be the fuse a break in the wiring or a fuse a person with basic knowledge could trouble shoot this in a matter of an hour.
A faulty bulb?
could be the starter motor
Under the bonnet/hood in a square plastic lidded box in the top left hand corner of the engine bay.
If the horn does not work on a 1996 Oldsmobile Ciera, you can replace the horn. Almost any type of horn should be compatible.
then your horn is fine.
The horn doesn't work
hook a wire up to the (+) side of the battery and put it to the horn if the horn blows it a good horn if not replace the horn
Yes, it should work perfectly. they have the same 3.0L engine, but not sure if US build or Jp build has any different.