Re: horn relay question....

| On a 1993 toyota pickup, SR5, 4wd, ext cab...the horn is inop. | I have a copy of a maintenance manual page (from the net) that
| shows the horn relay behind the L/H Kickpanel on the drivers | side of the cab. (The horn is inop, the fuse is good, and | all indications are from the diagram the logical culprit is | the relay). After removing the kickpanel, I still cannot | see exactly where that relay is mounted unless it is behind | the fuse/relay box. Can someone tell me if I am in the right | area to replace the relay? I see one screw at the bottom of | that fuse/relay box that might release it from the sidewall, | but want to make sure before I start a downhill slide taking | things apart I will be able to get parts reassembled again. | | Any help would be appreciated from those who have already | crossed this bridge. | | Mike in Kansas
On my '87 it was corrosion of the connectors on the horn. Have you applied 12vdc directly to the horn? I don't know about the '93 but on the earlier models only a few screws hold the grill in place and the horn is just behind it on the passenger side.
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Anyolmouse


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