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11 Apr 2019 18:42 #205905 by Wailin
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Hi, when I bought my 2002 jimny the original horn wasn't working and when I checked it's condition, you can see why:



I bought a new one and connected the two wires in the above photo and it worked fine....until today. It hasn't gotten wet or damaged in the 5 days it was in so I can't figure out why it's not working. Now, just to make it clear, I am absolutely clueless when it comes to car electrics so any help would be appreciated.

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11 Apr 2019 19:33 #205912 by Lambert
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Try moving the wires as they could easily be broken and need to be re terminated .

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14 Apr 2019 08:18 #206036 by kirkynut
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Connect the wires to a headlamp bulb and if it lights up when someone else presses the horn for you, unless you have very long arms, you know the wires and circuit are ok. It will then be the new horn at fault.

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