When your vehicle’s horn gets jammed, you need to address the issue immediately. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to maintain a level head and take action with the noise and negative attention of those within hearing range.
How to shut off a blaring horn by removing the fuse
Step 1: Locate a diagram of your fuse box
owner’s manualfor a key to the fuses in your vehicle’s fuse box.
If you do not have access to your manual, turn to the internet, searching for the make, model, and year your drive followed by the words "fuse box diagram."
Step 2: Find your physical fuse box
The diagram of your fuse box should indicate its location in your vehicle, but it's usually inside beneath the steering wheel or under the hood on the driver’s side.
Remove the cover and use the diagram to find the fuse associated with the horn.
Step 3: Remove the appropriate fuse
Look for a tweezer-shaped tool on the outskirts of the fuse box or beneath the cover.
Use that tool to pinch the top of the fuse the diagram indicates controls the horn, squeeze, and pull the fuse out.
If the horn continues to make noise, double check that you have removed the correct fuse.
Key Takeaway: First, use a diagram of your car's fuse box (available either online or in your owner's manual) to find its location in your car. Then use the included tweezer to pinch, squeeze, and pull out the horn's fuse.
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Fix your blaring horn by disconnecting the battery
Open the hood of your vehicle
Once you’ve popped the hood, visually locate your
Remove the negative lead from the negative terminal
Depending on the type of leads on your battery, you may need a pair of pliers to do this.
The negative lead is usually black, and both the lead and the terminal bear a "-" somewhere on them. Once you have disconnected the lead, place it in a spot where it will not accidentally touch the terminal.
There is no need to also disconnect the positive lead from the positive battery terminal.
How much does it cost to fix a car horn?
You can usually fix a car horn yourself, especially if you're comfortable with the wiring. However, you really shouldn't risk anything if you don't know how your car works under the hood. For mechanics, it's not too tricky of a process so you likely won't be spending more than $100.
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