Asked by Aug 26, 2013 at 09:13 PM about the 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair


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Have you checked the fuse/relay for the horn?

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all horns on every car are front and center....the way the sound will project...my Toyota horn was a dud and replaced it with an ah-ooo-gah horn...have gone through three in all the fun times I've had...but they are cheap~

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I agree with my associate Michael....right on Michael~ lookin' for a link to the relay found the LO-tone and High-tones are both available....SO, you are right michael must probably be the relay~

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stuck relays are NO FUN...especially when they get stuck in the ON position~.....or fuse~ which would make it go kaput~

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my mercedes 230S (see my garage) horn got stuck on international boulevard in Hayward....lots o heavy traffic....not nice fellow drivers....eh they had it comin'~

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