. I checked the fuses and they are all good. I.

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ROBERT DENNEY
  • 1988 CHEVROLET CAPRICE
  • 49,456 MILES

. I checked the fuses and they are all good. I took the horn cover off and grounded the wire simulating the honking of the horn and it did not work. I ran a 12 volt jumper to the horns and they do honk. I also replaced the horn relay and I can hear it click when I push on the horn buttons. This car has been sitting a few years

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If sitting a few years the mice may have gotten to the wires. Check the fuses under the hood, then try grounding the wire.

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Also you may want to use some w-d-40 rust will make for a bad connection

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