Honda CR-V: Horns

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Honda CR-V. Horns

Circuit Diagram

Honda CR-V. Horns

Horn Switch Test

1. Remove the steering column covers.

2. Disconnect the dashboard wire harness 20P connector (A) from the cable reel (B).

Honda CR-V. Horns

3. Using a jumper wire, connect the dashboard wire harness 20P connector No.1 terminal to body ground. The horns should sound.

Honda CR-V. Horns

4. Reconnect the dashboard wire harness 20P connector (A) to the cable reel (B).

Honda CR-V. Horns

5. Remove the driver's airbag assembly, and disconnect the horn switch 1P positive terminal (C) from the driver's airbag.

6. Check for continuity between the dashboard wire harness 20P connector No.1 terminal and the cable reel subharness 20P connector No. 11 terminal.

Honda CR-V. Horns

7. Check for continuity between the cable reel subharness 20P connector No. 11 terminal and the horn switch 1P positive terminal.

Honda CR-V. Horns

Horn Test/Replacement

1. Remove the front bumper.

2. Disconnect the 1P connector (A) from the horn (B).

Honda CR-V. Horns

3. Test the horn by connecting battery power to the terminal (A) and grounding the bracket (B). The horn should sound.

Honda CR-V. Horns

4. If it fails to sound, replace it.

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