HOW DO I CHECK THE SWITCH FOR HORN ON 2004 GRAND AM?

Asked by Feb 25, 2015 at 11:04 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If your horn doesn't work check the fuse and relays first. More than not it's usually the fuse/relay, a broken wire to the horn or the horn itself. The horn button or switch is in the steering wheel.

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http://www.pontiac.com/content/dam/pontiac/northamerica/usa/nscwebsite/en/Home/Owners/Owner_Resources/Manuals/en/us/2004/grand_am/2004-pontiac-grand-am-owners-manual.pdf

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Chapter 5 Page 90 has am image, I can't copy from a pdf file. Underhood . relay #21. in very top left

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Thanks FordNut! Good morning to you!

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Good morning back at ya TA77. Even though I'm not a GM guy I found this one image that I could copy ..click for full screen ..

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Thanks again Fordnut. I answer most of the posts from my phone and can't figure out how to do the copy and paste on it. LOL

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