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    Horn relay location?

    It seems that the horn relay in my 70 S has given up the ghost. Can anyone tell me where to find it?
    I have been poking around behind the dash and have yet to locate it
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    Horm Relay Location

    The horn relay for my 73 911 is located next to the fuse board down in the front driver side trunk area. It is a round flat headed plug. It should make a clicking sound when you press the horn button down if its still good. If you hear the clicking , then the problem is most likely the horn contacts or the horn itself.
    Good Luck.

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