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1995 Dodge Gr Caravan Horn Troubleshooting

bcmcjeepbcmcjeep Posts: 3
edited March 2014 in Dodge
Can somebody tell me how to go about
troubleshooting a horn on my 95 Caravan? I have a
chilton's manual which shows the wiring diagram but
I can't see the horn or the fuse and circuit
breaker it shows in the book. I would think this
should be a relatively simple procedure. Thanks.


  • Looking in my Chilton's Manual I realized I had the recall on the Air Bag module done about the same time the problem appeared. One of the steps is to disconnect the horn connector, I bet they forgot to hook it back up. Will schedule for appt with dealer to check it out.
  • I finally found the problem. It turns out the Horn is on the same fuse as the Cigarette lighter. I only found out when I went to plug in an accessory and it didn't work. Replaced the fuse and both work fine now.
  • pat455pat455 Posts: 603
    Glad you found your problem. I'm sorry that no one around here offered you any assistance on this, but let me take a minute to explain how Town Hall differs from the usual question and answer boards all over the internet.

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