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Where is the horn fuse on a 92 Plymouth Voyager?


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2011-09-13 10:52:11
2011-09-13 10:52:11

check if there is a fuse box under your hood. That's where mine is but it is a 97.

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not sure on a 92 but I have a 97 Dakota & the fuse for the horn is under the hood. Check the fuse box on the left fender well. inside the cover should tell which fuse it is

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If you can't locate it in the fuse box on your kick panel, check under the hood. I do know that your horn relay is there and I think the fuse is too, but I'm not positive about the fuse.

Check the fuse first. If the fuse is good apply 12 volts directly to the horn. If it blows then the horn button on the steering wheel or wiring is defective. If not, the horn itself is defective.

My 92 Voyager is doing this exact same thing. The problem with mine is the ignition switch...apparently a common problem with these vehicles. Currently trying to install a remote starter.

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If front axle of front-wheel drive, it's about 200 ft.-lbs. If back, not all-wheel drive, see question on rear axle of 92 voyager.

Check the horn - if it doesn't blow, then you may have found the culprit. In most cars, the lighter and horn are on the same circuit.

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The horn on the 92 Firebird is located behind the front bumper. The horn button is located on the steering wheel. Pictures can be found in a Firebird repair manual.

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I have an 88 Honda that has the horn fuse under the hood along with some of the relays. A black box above the car battery. I know the question is about a 92 Honda but you might want to check that box if you haven't already. I was breaking my head with the same question for a while until I checked under the hood.

behind the bumper and grill

are you sure its not rusted? cause me 92 Plymouth acclaim's oil pan rusted, and i had to get a new one. it only cost like 3-$400.

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