How much does a new car horn cost?

How much would a new car horn cost me? My horn hasn’t been working for a couple of weeks and I’d like to get it repaired if I can.

Liz Jenson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Typically, a new car horn will cost about $70. However, the labor charge for installing the horn will usually add an additional $64 to $81 to the final price, depending on your mechanic’s pricing, so your final price will be closer to $134 to $150 total. Be prepared for additional taxes and fees on top of this price, too.
It’s also possible that there will be other necessary repairs to make your car horn functional again. A non-functional car horn can indicate a problem with your
electrical system
, which will affect the repair price. Horns are a legally required safety protection in most states, so it’s a good idea to get the problem checked out as soon as possible.
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