Question about 2001 Ford Explorer Sport
Your truck has 2 fuse centers, the horn fuse is located under the hood in the fuse/relay box on the drivers side just next to the brake booster/master cylinder. The Horn fuse is marked #10 in the box and is a 15 AMP blue fuse. This fuse supplies power to the horn relay which is marked #7 in the same box. If you do not hear this relay click and the fuse is ok then you have either a burned out horn or a defective rotating contact under the steering wheel that connects the horn button to the circuit, it is called the "Clock-spring" contact.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check in the passenger fuse panel (driver's side), location 6, 10AMP (Right Horn)...
And, in the Power Distribution Center (underhood), position 28, 20AMP (Minifuse)...
Other details can find HERE (page 227 and next)
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Posted on May 18, 2010
check what the diagnosis machine will give if there is no data then check if the starter crank sensor is getting any power
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
horn fuse should be under the dash. you may also want to check relays under the hood. They are in a block box labeled relays. Check under the dash first. There should be a diagram for the fuses in the owners manual or located near the fuse panel. The fuse block should be up above the brake
Posted on May 18, 2011
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first look for one under the dash on the drivers side or maybe on the passanger side and then look for a relay box under the hood usually located in the front or on the drivers side near the front also to find the horn itself look under the hood near the wheel well or the frame and make the wire is not broken off of it and if you live in a place where there is salt on the roads in the winter you may have to replace the horn
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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