Our mobile mechanics offer services 7 days a week. Upfront and transparent pricing. Our certified mobile mechanics can come to your home or office 7 days a week between 7 AM and 9 PM. The horn relay attaches a low power circuit to an electromagnet, which operates a mechanical switch. That switch either opens or closes a circuit that carries a higher power, which causes the horn to sound. When you release the horn button, the low power circuit is opened and the power level of the relay drops, silencing the horn.
Due to the difference in the lengths and the designs of the lighting switch handle and horn switch assemblies used in and jobs, care must be used not to confuse or mix these parts. By measuring the length of the tubing, and noting the design of the handle, these parts can be easily …. A slight change has been made in the location of the holes in the headlamp tie rod AB1. The new rod is carried under part AB2. The change in the tie rod necessitated making a change in the horn bracket. The old style horn bracket AA has been obsoleted.
My other option is to run a kill switch to one of the terminals of the horn so I can deactivate it when not driving the car but I can't find the horn under the hood. What is the best solution that won't break the bank and where do I find the actual horn if the kill switch idea is a good one? The car horn, which the switch is located in the air bag, starts to beep constantly at random times the last time was at PM one evening which caused me to pull the fuse and go without a horn. Do you.
I tapped the middle of the steering wheel a few times, no harder than normal, and it just stayed on, kept blaring. Had to take out the fuse to get it to stop. It still works when I put the fuse back in it….