I have a 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab and the horn stopped working.
When I push the keyless door lock I can hear a click in the fuse box, but both horn fuses are good (M37 & M43). Everything else seems to work fine. It has the 5.7L Hemi 2-wheel drive automatic.
Do you get the click when you push the horn button on steering wheel? If yes would be wires to horn or horn itself. If not wiring in steering wheel or contacts on horn buttons.
process of elimination is good, but common problems are at the steering wheel, if yours pivots up and down (tilt) at that bend is where wires are often pinched, or the horns them selves but both to og out at the same time..do you mean when you press the wheel, or hit the lock button, as in "panic" that is a computer settign to activate/deactivate the horn...
I can hear the click under the fuse panel when I hit the lock button on the key to lock the doors. I haven't tried from the steering wheel yet. I will post when I check that as well.
I have double checked the click I hear and the following was found: The click can be heard under the fuse box and inside the steering wheel cover and only when I push the lock button on the key. When I push the horn on the steering wheel, there is no click and nothing happens. Tried to find any lose wires and no such luck.
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