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Old 07-05-2007, 11:06 AM   #1
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My horn does not work and even when it did work it was a embarassment, can anyone tell me exactly where they are located.
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They're on the driver'* side inside the fender. Pulling the splash guard off under the car is probably the easiest way to reach them.
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As an FYI.. GM has been locating the horns in their newer cars in places where they somehow end up filling with dirt/sand. Before you know it..they die. Also check the horn fuse and relay.
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Sounds like the perfect time for an upgrade....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkJwcR21VLk
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Jeff has a great picture from his FWI install. This is the driverside fenderwell area.
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