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post #1 of 4 Old 09-29-2010, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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Horn issue

Hi guys,

Half of my horn stopped working, with only the high note sounding. Any advise on this???

This is on my '06 F250, bone stoke.

Thanks in advance!
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all the wires plugged in? get water in it washing under the hood?

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my guess would be water got in it


what we tell people around here is "you have to blow your horn every time you drive to get the air out of it" so needless to say, we have idiots honking 24/7


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I am chasing the same issue right know with a stuck horn. With the fuse in the horn sounds and the fuse blows after about ten seconds. I unplugged the horn, put a new fuse in and when I hit the button you can hear the relay clicking. I put my test light on the plug at the horn and it is always lit, and working the button interrupts the power supply. My guess is my horn pad is bad. Does my logic make sense to anyone else? I have heard the horn pad is expensive, and I really dont want to mess with the airbag. I will let you know the deeper I get into this
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