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 Post subject: No horn
Posted: Wed Sep 14, 2016 8:05 am 
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Hello everybody,
I e have installed a ghia dasboard series 2 dashboard into my au 1 ute al is good with that all the wiring from the donor car was used (engine and cabin wiring) all things on the dasboard work except my airbag light stays on and the horn does not work I have changed the clockspring checked the fuses and changed the relays still no joy I have had the airbag checked to make sure the horn pad works and that is good I cant take it to an auto electrician as it is not quite finished being restored does anybody have any ideas what to look for I am sure all the grounds are ok as all the other things work does the airbag need resetting as I have not run the car for many years so the if it does do ford do this anfd if it is ok what about the horn bit lost here what to look for ..... Thanks for any help Steve
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 Post subject: Re: No horn
Posted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 8:06 am 
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sounds like you will need your computer reset
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 Post subject: Re: No horn
Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2016 12:59 pm 
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Fix horn then recheck air bag for codes .
Under bonnet fuse box -check horn fuse with a test light for power at both ends.same fuse box remove horn relay ignition on and check with test light you have 2 connections that have power . Put test light clamp to positive connection and check remaining 2 connections 1 should have earth constantly as it is the horn circuit and earths thru the horns the 2nd circuit is earth when horn switch is pressed . If switch shows no earth when pressed check for circuit from relay to horn switch after checking if connection to cruise control module is secure as this supplies the earth to switches assuming it has cruise control -near brake booster
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