I'm sorry if this sounds silly, but did you put the battery in backwards?
No start? No turnover? No horn? No lights? Check with a voltmeter
Physically remove the horn from the car. Ground it to a good ground on the engine, or car body. Attach a lead to the positive ( + ) side of the battery, with the free end, touch the connection on the horn and it should blow( sound ).
If you cross the neg. with the pos. on a battery you could blow up both batteries and also blow the fuses on both cars.
I need a new horn on my 95 town car my want blow loud
A storm has nothing to do with the battery going dead.
i wanna know if you can really blow a car speaker i wanna know if you can really blow a car speaker
No, this will place a very heavy load on the alternator of the car and may result in burning out the diodes of the car charging the battery. You could easily ruin the alternator. Purchase a battery charger and charge the dead battery with that. Alternators are not made to charge dead batteries.
Get a donor car and use it's battery to start your car. You will need a set of quality jumper cables. Or you can charge the dead battery on the car for about 2 hours with a good 10 amp battery charger.
A completely dead battery or a bad connection to the battery.
Jump the car from another car battery or hook a charger to the battery.
Your car won't turn on.