So i got this weird problem. when i press the horn button the horn doesnt work and intermittently the lights close and open once i let off the horn button. has anyone else ever had this issue?
i go to a auto tech college and i got access to alldata i just wanted a place to start from, so yeah ill look it up. and the only electrical work i can see done is the aftermarket stereo (which doesnt work either) and the engine swap's necessary electricalsHas any Electrical work been done to the car that you can visually see?
My guess would be a short to ground when you activate the horn.
Grab an elecrical diagram from the TSRM and probe around for a problem.
A fuse is either good or blown, it can't be any variable in between.
I don't believe it is an alarm related problem, but never rule that out of th equation.
I only say this because a module is one of the least likely componants in a car to fail.
You may have had a slow blow or "slo-blo" blade type fuse that had started to deform, but didn't open because the high current didn't have enough duration. A blade-type fuse is an insulated soft metal wire that opens a circuit when it reaches it's temperature threshold. It literally vaporizes or melts (depending on fuse style), so it's either working (closed), or blown (open).I've seen with my own eyes a fuse that was partly blown. Still had a connection but was halfway fried. And it was my EFI fuse, right around the same time my fuel pump shat itself.
What school do you go to?i go to a auto tech college and i got access to alldata i just wanted a place to start from, so yeah ill look it up. and the only electrical work i can see done is the aftermarket stereo (which doesnt work either) and the engine swap's necessary electricals