The Ford Escort 1.6 liter horn fuse will be in the second column of fuses, fourth from the bottom. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment.
i know where the fuse box is under the dash, but where is the horn fuse in my 1994 ford lx escort! (1.9 litter). I have no horn sound! I need to know where is the fuse?????????
Make sure it is grounded to the body. Check the fuse and horn relay.
The fuse for the horn and other circuits are located just a little left of the clutch pedal.
It's under the dash, just above the fuse box.
Check all your fuses inside the car. The horn fuse is usually labeled.
If you can hear the relay click, it's not a fuse. It's either the circuit to the horn or the horn itself.
Check the Horn wiring and if this is good then replace the horn.
Sounds like the horn is not making a ground. Did you do anything with the horn? What else didnt work before you replaced the fuse? I have the same problem. Prior to replacing the fuse and getting the clicking back, the horn stuck and ran continuously, which popped the fuse. Another question: where is the actual horn located on a '98 Escort? Thanks. Same problem here. My horn button clicks, but I have constant 12VDC at the horn terminal. The horn itself is behind passenger side headlight, above bumber bracket. Can you say "scraped knuckles?"
check your fuse. i had the same problem. that might be it. I doubt a fuse, the clicking is probably the horn relay that you hear. Fair chance the horn or connection at the horn is the problem. The clicking noise is the relay, and since it is clicking I doubt that your switch is bad, so check the fuse and also check the horn (hook it to the battery).
Yes, it can be unplugged at the horn.
the horn is on a fuse with several other systems, it is not on its own fuse. the horn is on a fuse with several other systems, it is not on its own fuse. the horn is on a fuse with several other systems, it is not on its own fuse.