right in front of the radiator OR under the driver headlight you will have to lay down to see it and that's most likely where it is i have both so i don't know which is factory first take the horn cover on the steering wheel off and make sure you have power there if yes change horn to check grab the purple wire that you almost broke when you took the 11/32 bolts out of either side of the column and clip positive lead and touch ground to one of the star bolts on the same side the wire is connected to should see 12 volts if not check fuses and make sure the purple wire is connected to the airbag assembly good if you have to change the horn you will see how when you find it and scrape your knuckles doing itAnswerBe sure to also check the relay located in the driver-side passenger compartment leg area to the right of the fuse box. There are a small set of relays there and determining which one you need can be trial & error. Relays include wiper, flasher-unit, turn signal and headlamp, in addition to the horn relay.
Check the Horn wiring and if this is good then replace the horn.
See if you are getting power to the horn itself-they have a tendency to fail If not it could be relay or switch at steering wheel
This answer will sound dumb to you. The clock spring is bad. The clock spring is located under the steering column air bag. DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS REPAIR. Take it to a repair shop.
The most common horn problems are either a blown fuse or a bad horn relay. Both should be located under the hood in the fuse box.
check power to horn - no power to horn -check ground -no power to horn -check relay - no power to relay -check fuse inside car first thing -still no power to relay -check horn button -still no power - possible break in wire
To start with you have to determine the reason the horn has failed. Check the fuse, the horn relay, the horn switch/contacts in the steering wheel and the horn itself. Once you have found the cause then you can fix it.
Replace? It should be at the bottom of the reservoir
Let it thaw. or... It should fix the car if your nicer to your wife.
Did you try the horn relay? It is located near the fuse box.
buy another one from a breakers yard
Replace the switch or bypass it.
You gotta tell us what's wrong first.
Before you replace the whole lighter, check the fuse. If it is not located in the fuse box, it may be just outside the fuse box under the dash.
Get a new gage cluster panel.
It is the acuator located in the console where the shifter is at. The only place I could find this part is the Ford Dealership.
it doesnt have one, it is an electronic speedometer
These belts are not repairable. When worn, replace with a new one.
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All you have to do is put it in gear and give it gas until it brakes loose. That's what i had to do with my 98 escort.
First Cheack the fuses!!! located under the dash board and check the fuse for the HORN.
Put some fuel injector cleaner in a tank of fuel. Replace the fuel filter and fix any vacuum leaks.
It is the engine speed curcuit that is malfunctioning. Replace the Crankshaft position sensor.
To fix the horn on a 1988 Camaro, check the horn fuse first. Then check the horn relay, wiring, horn, and switch to find the problem.
There are many causes to a broken horn. The best way to fix it would be to check the relay, change the fuse and change the clock spring usually located behind the airbag.
Sounds like you need a new 02 sensor.