On the -87 Voyager the fuse for the lighter that (as stated below) also covers the horn is fuse #7 that is thesecond one from the top in the second row from the left. (In Sweden the Voyager is a Chrysler.) blixten_200.AnswerWe have a 92 Plymouth grand voyager and the cigar lighter does not work and the horn also does not work.
No the bell housings won't match each other.
In the gas tank.
The front wheel need to be off the ground.
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
Probably on the engine end of the upper radiator hose
Hey Teresa==It is on the bottom of the engine, GoodluckJoe
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.
from what i am told the fan relay is some where on the intake manifold most likely on the driver side
My 92 Eagle Summit has the horn fuse in the fuse box on the driver's side leg area near the emergency brake (on an auto). If the cap to the fuse box is missing (there's a diagram of all the fuses on it), check for burnt fuses.
I found mine (92) RS under the center console.
looking at the engine from the front of the vehicle, the reservoir is located to the left of the air cleaner, between the engine and the firewall.
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.
Disconnect horns, disconnect battery, disconnect relay, disconnect fuse .........................................or repair problem.
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.
Under the hood in the fuse box next to the passenger hood hinge. It is #42 and labeled "Stop & Horn", NOT BRAKE! It is a 20 amp fuse. Before looking for this fuse, test your horn. If it beeps then the fuse is NOT blown! If the fuse is good and the brake lights still don't go on, test the brake light switch. If the switch is bad it will also keep you from going out of park and into gear!
If same engine, yes.
Check to make sure the wires are all tight and you have them in the correct firing sequence. Also make sure you put the correct plugs in.
Adjust or replace the back up light switch, located somewhere next to the shift lever.
I had this problem in my 92 Plymouth Voyager. You need to replace the tension pulley. They get old and become out of alignment.
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.