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post #1 of 11 Old 06-28-2008, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
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where the H$#@ is the horn?

i have a 2000, 7.3 crew cab, f350, 6 speed.
i have been all over the engine area & cannot find the damn fan.
any machanics out there who have actually seen where it is hidden.
i have taken off the front bumper, pulled open the flaps on both sides in the wheel wells...

when i press the horn button i hear the relay click but nothing happens.
i checked my fuse box layout & the #12 horn fuse is missing, in fact there is not a receptical to accept a fuse at the #12 slot, what's with that? i have the relay in the right place.

can anyone give me a clue.

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Um

The Engine Cooling Fan? The horn is upinside the fender on the drivers side.
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Edit i thought this was for 03-04 sick o

On 6.0s its inside the inner and outer fender on passenger side.


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post #4 of 11 Old 06-29-2008, 02:25 AM
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I'm confused...are you looking for a horn or a fan

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pull the passenger inner fender loose at front and youll see it , dont know what to tell you about the fuse ,that would be hard to answer without looking at it if you are hearing the relay click then it should be working

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Hmm

My bad, I thought the last time I looked at Scuffs truck before it got put back together it was on the drivers side. Sorry.
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thanks gentlemen.
i'll let you know what i find out.
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You know mine does the same thing. I can hit the wheel in the spot and just hear the relay click even tried changing the relay does the same thing.

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looked under the pass. side wheel well cover, no horn. decided to look at the fuse box inside the cab, the one under the steering wheel. pulled what i thought might be the horn fuse, it was busted so i replaced it (it is the 15 amp one, top row, middle location) & horn worked. i suspect the reason it busted was the right side horn activator on the steering wheel sticks open & it may have overheated before the previous owners got it to stop.

i can hear the horn but still can't find it. it seems to be on the passenger side but where is anyone guess.
thanks for the helpful suggestions.
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its on the passnger side at the front behind the inner fender , you can pull the right battery and washer reservoir and find it also

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