A horn that no longer functions can potentially become unsafe and must be repaired as soon as possible. You must always, on your Honda Civic, be able to report your presence thanks to this vital tool. It may well simply be broken and have a strange sound on your Honda Civic, but in any case it is a problem that you must end. The goal of this article is to accompany you step by step in this process because you will realize that you can do it yourself without going to the garage for your Honda Civic.
First, start by examining where the failure came from. Based on this you will understand what repairs to do.
We will help you step by step through the different tests:

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Try honking the horn with the cover open. If you hear a sound, but much less strong than usual, it suggests that that some tubes are damaged but some still work. indeed, on your Honda Civic there are several trumpets that carry sound.
Next step, try to track down the horn. You will find it close to the radiator at the front of your car, near the grille. The grille is the small grille at the front of vehicles that makes it possible for air to enter while protecting the parts of your Honda Civic.

Horn cables unplugged on my Honda Civic

Once the horn is identified, we will attempt to disconnect and reconnect the connecting wires in order to perform a new test. To do this, take the two connected wires, pull them out by their ends towards you. There should also be a horn fixing bolt that you have to unscrew. Then tidy it all up with a brush or something, then reconnect it all. Try honking your horn again. Does it work?
You have found the solution for your Honda Civic! If nothing changes, let’s go a little further in the tests and explanations.
You are faced with several solutions at this stage.

Faulty horn horn on my Honda Civic

You may well buy another tube to change the damaged ones if you have been able to identify them on your Honda Civic thanks to the noise.

Fuse blown

you might want to also check the fuses. To find this fuse box, we invite you to look at our previous article on the subject:
“Where to find the fuse box on a Honda Civic”
You should also take a look in your vehicle owner’s manual for the fuse references of the horn fuse that you must identify precisely.
Once the fuse is identified, you can dispose of it using a pair of pliers. To verify if it is burned, examine the metal part. If this one is blown, your fuse has blown on your Honda Civic. It must therefore be replaced. If it looks new, it should not be questioned.
You can get this fuse in any car shop or garage. Test the horn again after the fuse has been replaced. Is your horn working again? Congratulations! If this still doesn’t work for your Honda Civic, examine your dashboard and specifically your airbag indicator light. If this one is on, there may be a link. Actually, it can have an influence on the rotating switch, a part that acts as a relay between the steering wheel and the horn. Nevertheless, for an airbag indicator problem on your Honda Civic, it is wise to go to a professional as it is more complicated to manage alone.

Conclusion

Here are the different causes that could have an impact on your Honda Civic’s horn. Trumpets, fuses, rotating switch, airbag. Precisely identifying the fault will help you to solve it. Be careful to replace the fuse with an identical fuse of the same intensity.

If you wish more tutorials on the Honda Civic, go to our Honda Civic category.