If your Geo is like mine (a 1997 Metro) there is no fuse for the horn. There is a relay located on the top of the fuse box, it is the second one back from the firewall. To locate it put your hand above the fuse box, push the horn button and you will hear and feel a clicking sound. If you hear and feel the click the relay needs to be replaced. They simply unplug like a fuse.
fan relay or fuses not working properly, probly the relay, you can straight witre it to find out
it could be the horn relay fuse located in the engine department with the other fuses.
the relay fuses are in the engine compartment on driver side with the mini fuses
where is heater blower relay for 1989 BMW 535I
Possibly an internal short on the fan itself, try replacing the fan.
if both fans quit working, it could be as simple as the relay fuse going out. have your mechanic check these fuses.
Check to see if you are getting power to motorIf so motor is defectiveIf not check fuses and relay
There is no relay. Just fuses/.
check the horn relay or the horn itself!
All Bulbs were replaced. fuses all checked, relay switch new and flasher, Also when the relay switch is in it gets really hot. Any suggestions
Start by checking the fuses, then the fan relay. If they are ok, then check the switch, the fan resister and the blower motor.
You have to diagnose the system to determine the cause. Check the fuses, the bulbs, the flasher relay then the switch.
there isn't a relay on xantias, the power goes batery to fuses then to stalk and splits then back to fuses then headlights, hope that helps
There are no fuses on the firewall to my knowledge but there is at least two relays, one is the AC compressor clutch relay and the other is the starter relay.
Check to see if it is getting power - if so could be bad fan motor - if not check fuses, relay, and temp sensor
Check for blown fuses. If the fuses are good, check the relay, usually in a box under the hood. You may need a volt meter, and possibly a 9 volt battery to do this.
The circuit is simple .... headlamp bulbs to relay to fuses to switch .... ttroubleshoot those items and you'll find the glitch
Check your relay switches that should be located near the fuse box.
Bad relay, bad wiring harness, loose wires or connectors
relay in the hood fuse box HDM relay (Headlamp Driver Module)
Remove Glove Box. Fuses are located between fan housing and heater box. there are two fuses and a relay. Remove Glove Box. Fuses are located between fan housing and heater box. there are two fuses and a relay.
Begin by replacing the compliment fuses to relay. Fuses 85,86, and 30 should be replaced. If problems do mot subside have a diagnostic.
it should be under the hood, there should be a black relay box .maybe long and thin near the the battery .or on one of the fender walls , and the cover should tell you which relay it is,k....
the relay is part of the wiper motor assembly. if the fuses are good, and there is voltage at the motor, then you must replace the motor
The turn signal relay and hazard relay may need to be replaced, see your dealer You may have a short.