Question about 1999 Cadillac DeVille
It snowed one night & the snow was so heavy it moved the hood ornament forward which sounded the horn, this went on for 30 minutes, before our neighbor rang the doorbell & told us. It stopped on its own, dying out. We would like to check the fuse to see if that would repair our horn, it doesn't work at all now. Thank you
If you hear the relay clicking,and even faint horn, check the connections on the horns themselves, there are probably two. If they seem okay then take a piece of wire and jump from +power to the horn terminal. Be prepared because if it works it will be very loud, and I know more than one person who's hit his head on the hood doing this. If it doesn't work, replace the horns. Hope this helps. Cheers.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Check the hazard switch brother. Thats a know source for this problem. Mess around a bit with it for a temporary fix but replace it at any rate!
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
hi this sounds like the linkage has either snapped or has simply come off the ball joint if you can still hear your wiper motor running this will be it, they are a bit awkward to get to but normally a simple repair. lift your hood ( sorry ime from uk excues me for wrong use of parts lol) and look near windscreen area where the wipers are . look into the gaps vent gaps you will see the linkage put wipers on and see if there is any movment in there, if not then it will be that...hope this sorta helps
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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