Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri
Re: Horn relay clicking
So with the new horns connected, when you connect the battery the horn relay clicks and your new horns sound ?.
You either have a shorted to ground activation wire for the relay or a bad horn relay.
On the horn relay, there should be a small gauge wire off of it that then goes to and through the bulkhead connector, over to the column, up the column and then to the horn button on the steering wheel.
If you unplug this small wire off of the relay and the horns quit sounding, then something is wrong from that end of the wire towards the horn button on the steering column.
With the small wire still unplugged from the horn relay, go under the column and on one side there is a flat multiwire connector that wires then come out of that plug and go up inside the steering column. Disconnect that plug and then go under the hood and reconnect the small wire to the horn relay. If the horns do not sound, then the issue is from that flat connector up to the horn button in the steering wheel.
If you can, add what year, make and model car you are working on with the horn issues. Just because this is a Camaro site does not mean you have a Camaro and we have no idea what year it is even if it is a Camaro.
If with the activation wire disconnected off of the horn relay the horns still sound, then there is an issue with the relay.
The more info you supply, the better the answers and we are not guessing about things.
1974 Spirit Of America Nova (being restored), 1973 Nova Custom, 1968 Chevy II (Garage Find 2012)
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