79 F150 horn issues
From what I have read and from studying the wiring diagrams, I do NOT have a horn relay. My truck did not come with cruise control. Sooo, I'm dealing with the yellow and yellow/blue wires from the steering harness.
Thinking I could do a quick and easy fix I just got a new center section for the steering wheel which is where the contacts are for my horn. It is doing the same thing.
What it does is, the horn will honk fine sometimes and sometimes it won't honk at all and sometimes it will go bip and then quit. I ran a direct hot from the battery to the horn and the horn honks fine. A friend helped me run a test light from the horn spade to ground and the light acts just like my horn does.
I unplugged the column harness connectors and looked and they look ok, nothing corroded, none of the connectors are pushed back.
I haven't pulled the entire steering wheel yet. That will have to wait until tomorrow afternoon. I'm thinking it could be the small connector from the horn terminals to the steering harness plug in? I noticed that my tilt wheel has quit tilting for some reason. I don't know if that has anything to do with this or not.
Anybody had this and if so how did you fix it?
1965 289 mustang fastback