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On a 1996 ninja zx 600 have power to key switch no horn no signals start button does not work either all fuses good whats wrong

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Try looking at the main fuse (30amp) on the starter solenoid. Make sure handlebar run switch is to on position - we all do it! and also check battery connections are tight - especially the negative lead.

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    Do you have headlights working? the horn has its own relay as so do the indicators. What is the voltage measured across the battery terminals? When did it last start?

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SOURCE: 1999 toyota corolla Horn doesn't work.

Usually the wire from the steering wheel is Green w/Red and the wire to the horn from the fuse box is White. There is only one fuse, sometimes shared with the emergency lights. Check to see if there is power to the horn itself with a volt meter.

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SOURCE: 2004 r1 RIGHT TURN SIGNALS DONT WORK

the relay is at fault change it and you should be good to make all the right turns

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SOURCE: Hazard signal and horn do not work on my 91 Toyota Celica Gt.

Check the flasher & horn relay.Have no idea where they would be on your car.

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SOURCE: My 1996 jetta horn does not work. Fuse / relay okay

hi did you also checked the horn itselfs. when you take out the horn and look at the back you will see a adjust srew with sealingmastic on it. you can remove the sealingstuff and try to adjust the horn. this only works if the coil is not broken. but first you have to check the connection inside the steeringwheel. make sure the switch in the steeringwheel is making contact to earth. if this all doesnt work you have to buy a new one goodluck.

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if you take a test light and test all the fuses in the fuse box and if they are good then when pushing on the horn button you can usually hear the horn relay working(click).if it does then you need to check the horn itself.take a wire and run it from the battery positive cable and connect it to were the horn wire connects to the horn,it should blow(make sure of a good connection),if it does then it could be a dirty connection at the horn.if it doesn`t blow then the horn needs replacing.you can also use the test light and test for power at the horn wire at the horn itself to see if the horn is being feed power from the horn button to the horn.

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