Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Horn Removal, Installation, and Test

Removal & Installation

1. Front Bumper - Remove

2. Horn - Remove

Exterior Trim - Service Information
Fig. 2: (High) Horn Bracket Torque Specifications

Exterior Trim - Service Information
Fig. 3: (Low) Horn Bracket Torque Specifications

Horn (High)

  1. Disconnect the connector (A)

Horn (Low)

  1. Remove the horn (B).

3. All Removed Parts - Install

  1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

Test

1. Horn - Test

Horn (High)

Exterior Trim - Service Information

Horn (Low)

Exterior Trim - Service Information

  1. Test the horn by momentarily connecting 12 volt battery power to the terminal (A) and grounding the bracket (B). The horn should sound
  2. If it fails to sound, replace the horn.

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