We are having the same problem on a 2000 Corvette, were you able to figure it out?
under the nose piece next to the head lights
There is no computer.
The reason for the problems with the horn on the Corvette could be attributed to a faulty fuse or horn relay. This can be located in the fuse and relay box that is located under a panel on the passenger side floor board.
Check inside the front fender near the Radiator
on mine its behind the stereo....
The 1982 Corvette has two horns. both are located in the center under the front end, just in front of the radiator.
The 1995 Chevrolet Corvette on relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The horn relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
Behind the driver's seat.
Should be mounted jusr ahead of the radiator near the passengers side horn.
it is located behind instrument panel on top of radio.
It is located under the dash on the passanger side... Hard to get to like everything on the car...
It is located on the drivers side of the radiator in the engine bay.
This is a joke right? If it's not, then the answer is "Call your mechanic because you really shouldn't be working on your own car!" You could simply remove the horn relay
It is located on the passenger side under the hood. You will have to open the black box by turning the knob. In side you will find a fuse and relay module for the horn.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 1996 Chevy Corvette horn. Remove the horn retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new horn.
diagram of motor od 1981 corvette
You can find a diagram of a 1977 Corvette horn assembly at your local library. Look in the car repair section for a Corvette repair book.
what could be pulling the battery down in a 1981 corvette
Yes, three in fact. They are located at the battery terminal of the starter solenoid.
do it good
Should be located under the drivers side dash panel just to the left of the steering column
Yes sir there is s small horn relay on a 1972 Corvette. 1. I am a racing instructor 2. I own this car!
Yes, it's under the dash