Posted Nov 11th by Yolanda the owner of a Dodge Neon
Answers from the Automotive Experts
First thing to do is check the fuse for the horn. You can find the location of this fuse in your owner's manual.
If the fuse is good, then it may be that the connection at the horn is bad or the horn itself is bad and needs to be replaced.
A technician will be able to diagnose this problem for you if the fuse is good. If you find the fuse is bad, you replace is and it blows again, then there is an electrical problem.
Hope this helps.
〉 Answered on Nov 12th, 2007 by Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines