Having problems with your 1998 Buick Skylark ?

My horn on my Buick Skylark will not work. It blows every horn fuse we replace. How can I get it to work?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 01-03-2021

Answers :

You may have a short circuit in your horn button causing the
\015\012fuse to blow when you press the button or in the horn itself.
\015\012
\015\0121. Locate the horn under the hood normally in the front of
\015\012the engine compartment.
\015\0122. Once you locate the horn, disconnect the wire from the
\015\012horn.
\015\0123. connect a VOM (Volt Ohm meter) to the horn's wire.
\015\012 plus(+) side to the wire and negative (-) side to ground
\015\012or some metal part on the car.
\015\0124, set the VOM to dc voltage and have someone press the
\015\012horn button. You should read 12 volts on the VOM, if
\015\012not you have a short in the horn button, if you do mread 12 volts
\015\012you have a short in the horn. Replace the horn....
Replace the horn itself it has an internal short.....check by using a hot wire from the battery direct to the horn....
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