Did you replace the relay with another one to check it? My advice is to be sure to get a factory thermostat and rubber gasket as it makes installation much easier. I must say that this is the quickest responding forum I've ever been on. If fuse ok, you will have to check for a power and ground supply directly at the horn itself. Now my car sounds like a 40 foot yacht when I lay on the horn. I put in a Wolo Bad Boy dual tone horn in its place. Should they be in plain sight, or does something need to be moved to get to them? Thanks for the input guys.
Check the wiring, fuse, and switches first if they work, if they are all okay, then go buy a new horn. Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:35 pm Depending on what year it is the relay may well be not removeable, they are considered one part with the fusebox and replaced as one part. So, just finding the part is only part if the problem. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component that is no longer working properly. There is commonly an armature vibrator adjustment that needs to be messed with as well, it is commonly locked in place once factory adjusted by glue or other and you may need to break it loose to readjust it.
Check for blown fuse first. I put in a Wolo Bad Boy dual tone horn in its place. You can do it yourself though, but I'm not an expert at that so I can't really teach you how. The entire fusebox assembly often snaps apart as well and may not need to cut. Many horns fail at the horn assembly or a lost ground if they ground on that end, the horn can ground at the horn itself or the switch. Made a little bit of progress, and now i know why so many people just leave these horns broken. I have nothing to check the current.
Could it be a wire? Came out quickly with no fuss. If you need to replace a blown fuse in your Sentra, make sure you replace it with one that has the same amperage as the blown fuse. Skyy, is your fuse labeled as anything in particular under the hood? Is it one of the relays at the fuse block, or is it buried in the dash somewhere? Hear from other customers via the 41 reviews on parts for your Nissan Versa. May 26, 2011 Perhaps it's not the whole box since it's only with the aircon and horn. Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence. I jumped it to the battery, and it didn't make so much a honk as a series of scary pops and fizzles which left my 16ga jumper cable hot to the touch. I have nothing to check the current.
I have done it both ways and the factory one is easier to install. A flathead screw-driver will help. It's actually pretty offensive when I honk now. I went ahead and pulled the horn to test it. If the horns and wiring have as i suspect been removed, my next goal will be to test circuit for functionality at the relay, but i haven't got any idea where it is.
Ah Thanks for the pointer. Meanwhile, I guess I'm off to get a Haynes manual. Replace the fuses by opening the compartment just above the engine pull-cord inside your car follow the diagram and find the fuse for the aircon and horn. It didn't work at all at first, and now after loosening and adjusting it i can finally get it to trigger maybe 20% of the time. Posted on Nov 21, 2009 Open the trunk and locate the trim door that covers the back of the drivers side tail light assembly. I checked the relay box and it doesn't seem to be one of those fuses.
They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Sentra. I myself will be cutting fusebox plastic when the need arrives. The more electronics your Sentra has, the more fuses it has. There is a lot of electrical diagnostics that need to be performed to make this simple horn operate Sep 05, 2015 Just buy a new one. An electrician can check if those components are working so you can pinpoint which ones to replace.
I had to pull off the grille and lower the passenger side of the front bumper. Here at Advance Auto Parts, we work with only top reliable Horn Relay product and part brands so you can shop with complete confidence. I'm trying to find out where the fuse for the darn thing is. If so how do I check that? Holding the bulb holder in one hand, press gently on the bulb and turn then bulb counter clockwise to remove. When it comes to your Nissan Versa, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. My horn project got put on hold after i popped a head gasket. I have no idea how to check the if it's getting a ground.