Horn Relay location on 2000 Pontiac Sunfire

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Asked by May 04, 2015 at 01:25 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Sunfire SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Horn won't blow.  Small 15 fuse is good.  I can hear a click near the fuse panel on the
driver side but everywhere I read online says behind the glovebox you should hear a click
(the relay).  I can't see anything under or behind resembling a relay.  It's not under the
hood either.  I need my horn working, it's dangerous!  Thanks in advance.

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41,845

Before I went to all the trouble of locating a relay, I would first locate the horn and clean the contacts. Also make sure the ground is good and clean. Just for fun, I would also run a hot wire from the battery to the horn just to make sure it works.

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Ok thanks, I heard about the hot wire trick before. I'll do that and work my way backwards. If I need the relay location I'll ask the question again.

41,845

This is the only info I could find on the location. It's located right beside blower motor has about five wires going to it. You will need 5.5mm socket to remove, it's usually melted.

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That's the blower motor relay, but thanks for trying, I read that before. Believe me I've scoured the internet. Hence why I'm looking for someone who knows Pontiacs in particular the 2000 millennium editions.

41,845

Yeah, I looked every where also. I can't imagine why they would put a relay in for a horn. It's not like it's some high tech piece of electronics. A simple fuse is all it needs. I even checked the online owners manual. Nothing was mentioned.

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