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Old 08-24-2014, 06:46 PM   #1
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Air horns Horizon Itasca 36 LCD 2001

My air horns on my ITASCA Horizon 2001 - 36LCD have ceased to work, I believe the problem is a solonoid switch but unable to locate it. The 12 volt horns work. could also be a problem with a blown fuse but its location is unknown to me. Any assistance to rectify the problem would be appreciated.
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The horn solenoids valves are renowned for sticking and the fuse should be in the Battery Control Center under the driver area in the outside compartment. You will have to remove panel to access all of the electrical relays and fuses. I would suggest someone start the engine and hold down the horn button while you tap on the horn solenoid valve (usually on the fire wall with air lines in and out).
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