horn has stopped working

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Asked by Aug 02, 2015 at 06:33 PM about the 2002 Mitsubishi Diamante 4 Dr VR-X Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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17,790

Did you check the fuse ?

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Yes, its a relay, not sure how to check it

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The only way to check a relay is with a volt meter and then you would need a diagram of what pins to touch to see if it is working so the best thing to do is remove a relay from fuse box the same as that one and try it or buy a new relay.

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Thx i will try that.

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Well, i switched out relay and still no horn,all though the horn will sound when i set the alarm off, just no sound when u push on horn in steering wheel

17,790

The relay you switched out are you sure that is the relay for the horn. Do you have a owners manual ? That will let you know exactly where the fuse and relay are located in the fuse box. If not Google owners manual and year , make and model of your vehicle and it will take you to a site that will show you the owners manual.

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Yes i chkd the owners manual first. Im thinking now it may be a short...now working..ill have it chkd for a short. Thanks

17,790

Horn button maybe sticking spray with a little WD40 around the horn button that will allow the WD40 to penetrate and in stick button if that is the problem.

17,790

Penetrate in and unstick the button.

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Thx

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Mitsubishi diamante horn not working

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