Ford Mustang Service Manual: Horn

Torque Specifications

Horn


Horn

The horn system consists of the following:

  • dual horns (one high-pitched, one low-pitched)
  • horn switch (located underneath the driver side air bag module [043B13]).
  • horn relay (located in the central junction box [CJB]).
Warning Indicator Bulb
Instrument Cluster (Removal and Installation) Removal and Installation All vehicles 1. CAUTION: Electronic modules are sensitive to electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may ...

Horn (Diagnosis and Testing)
Horn (Diagnosis and Testing) Refer to Wiring Diagrams Cell 44 , Horns/Cigar Lighter for schematic and connector information. Special Tool(s) 73 Digital Multimeter or equivalent 1 ...

Other materials:

Air Bag Disposal - Undeployed Inoperative
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Symptom Chart
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Bearing Whine
Bearing Whine Bearing whine is a high-pitched sound similar to a whistle. It is usually caused by worn/damaged pinion bearings, which are operating at driveshaft speed. Bearing noise occurs at all driving speeds. This distinguishes it from gear whine which ...