Having problems with your 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

How do you fix the horn which is not working?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-10-2017

Answers :

First the simple things. Check the fuse. Next open the hood and using a "test wire" hook up to the horn and make sure it's working. Finally with these possibilities eliminated you must assume it's a wiring problem in the steering column. If you have a newer vehicle with cruise control, audio control buttons possibly an air bag it can be a little tough for the average Joe to deal with. These newer cars with all the gadget controls on the steering wheel have a recoiling ribbon wire that extends and contracts as the wheel is turned. Older cars and trucks have a simple spring loaded contact that rides against a brass ring to complete the horn circuit. You'll need a steering wheel puller to get to the problem and if you're unsure you should probably take the car to a mechanic.
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