what is the procedure for replacing the horn on a 2005 Rendezvous CX?


Asked by Jun 06, 2014 at 12:56 PM about the 2005 Buick Rendezvous CX FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The location is very confined.

I can see it, but can't reach it with a tool.

What needs to be removed to gain clear access to the horn?

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I know your question might sound silly ; but, reading between the lines it is apparent that it is really a question we all have when we go under the hood and say : "Who designed this piece of s....! You are going have to do what ever it takes to get your hand in there OR do what a buddy of mine did. Leave the darn thing down in there and rewire a nice new horn up front somewhere you can get at.


Where is the horn located at?

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you must remove the driver's side headlamp assembly. (not difficult, but don't rush it,) The horn is then visible and totally accessible, (plenty of room). I personally replaced the factory "sneeze" horn with a larger twin horn and is working nicely.

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