where the horns on a e-150 van 1993

Asked by Nov 27, 2006 at 01:23 PM about the 1993 Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i'm tring to find the horns on this van ,they stop working and can't find the fuse and so did the crusie control

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does sound like a fuse box issue but I've been unable to find a fuse box diagram on the internet. You might have to take it to a repair shop and have them look at it. good luck Lstein.

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Yeah it does sound like a fuse.Go to your local automotive parts retailer.And get a little pack of fuses they cost like 7 dollars.And i assure you that it will make your horn work.

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im trying to find out where the fuses go in a 84 camero does anyone have a picture a or a diagram i can follow


the fuse box i know where it is but what fuses go where, i have a camero i bought its a 84 but it runs with out the fuses but id rather put them in does anyone know what fuse goes where?

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The horns are behind the center of the front bumper (beneath the shroud). If the shroud has plastic pins they pull out and are replacable.

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Better yet, the two horns are located behind the front license plate. (hidden inside the shroud). Use a pair of standard pliers to pull the plastic pins, NOT the washers, to remove the shroud. Undamaged they are reusable.

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The fuse is under ur hood

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