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Horn not working. Fuse is good. 2005 Jeep Wrangler. How do you remove the rubber cover on the sterring wheel to get at the horn.

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May be bad horn. Get a 12 volt test light or multi-meter and attach to the horn wire at the horn. Have a helper press the horn. If you have 12 volts when it is pressed, horn itself is bad. Otherwise, may be bad horn relay. Horn cover should pull off.

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How do I repair horn on 2005 Jeep Wrangler?


how to fix a horn on the work bench
or how to diagnose a dead horn on car.?

my guess, #2
TJ car.
here is the list;
  1. do not fiddle wires near horn sitting at steering wheel unless you defeat air bags first, per the BOOK "FSM" or u may die.
  2. check the fuses first.
  3. scan the PCM next, got DTC errors ?
  4. read the FSM yet?
here, TJ
http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/TJ/

the pdf.
chapter 8H> horn
and the schematic there 8w?
8w41-3 see that relay, does it click with button pushed?
key on?
need more ask.
is ground good to horn
did you hot wire horn to see if its really good first
connector pulled?

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the horn have fuse and relay in engine fuse compartment.inspect all the fuses. in your owners manual is the location of the fuse and relay. if OK, one person push the horn and other check power to the horn.if no power swap the relay with other one for test.if you SRS light is ON and the horn does't work suspect the clock spring(soft connection below the steering wheel to column)
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How to take sterring wheel off


remove the housing on the steering column, may need a star bit on some vehicles, remove screws on the back of the steering wheel holding the horn/cover on. (sometimes the front of the steering wheel just snaps on and off depending on the depiction of vehicle) after removing airbag/horn/cover or what have you, then the bolts fastening the wheel to the steering column can be removed
note: always a good idea to disconnect the batt. when working with wiring, especially when it comes to airbags.

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In the steering wheel there is a part called a clock spring, and this part activates the horn when you press the center of the wheel, or the horn button. If the clock spring is faulty, then you will not be able to sound the horn. To replace the clock spring, you will need to remove the steering wheel. If you vehicle has a saftey restraint system, aka, airbags, you will want to disconnect the battery prior to performing this task.

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I just bought a 1993 jeep wrangler 4wd. The only thing is the horn isn't working. How can I fix this?


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My horn broke ive been trying to fix it and i think its the relay while looking my fuse box does not have a relay in the abs pump and the abs do i need those relays its a jeep wrangler 1999 sahara


If you often have the top down, it may be the electrical connection between the steering wheel and the steering column. The horn on my '97 wrangler quit working and my mechanic said it was probably due to dirt. All you have to do is remove the airbag and then the steering wheel and you will see a round plastic part that the horn button and airbag plug into. If you aren't getting any electricity to those plugs, that's probably your problem. That plastic piece is what you would need to replace and it should be available at your dealership.

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