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Berlingo horn
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Im far from good at electrics but here goes.
Horn wasn't working at all, disconnected it and wired it from battery and it works fine.
Connected it back again and used a bulb tester connecting the earth clip to the battery neg and the other clip to the horn terminal, when I push the centre of the steering wheel the bulb lights.
Took the clip off the horn terminal and put it on the other horn terminal and the bulb lights when the horn is pushed again.:brickwall:
Am I right in assuming that the horn push is ok and the horn is fine so can it be an earth fault?
Any guidance greatly appreciated
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#2
the usual fault when no horn is the earth , some have earthed the steering column and it seems to work then.
There are a lot of posts about it and how to cure the fault.
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#3
Try earthing the steering column and try again. Quite a few members have found this works.:thumbsup:
2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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Thanks guys. Horn now working Big Grin
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