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shelbydog25

Horn location

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shelbydog25
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My horn is not working.  I’ve search on this forum and could only find that it may be located behind dash board or behind the starboard side vent (my 2008 wakesetter lsv does not have a vent)   I found the horn wire from fuse box (white with red stripe) but when following it gets lost in a bundled wrap that splits towards forward and aft along the starboard panel   

 

anyone know now where the horn is located?

Checked and fuse is good  

thanks 

 

 

 

 

 

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Infinitysurf

I cant tell you where its located on your boat (on my boat is located behind a chrome vent piece screwed to hull just above rub rail on drivers side). My horn was barely making noise and the sound it made was quite pathetic. I removed it and took it apart, cleaned it really well and added a little silicone where plastic met the gaskets before reassembling it. I also cleaned the connections to the horn and wires to make sure no corrosion and there was good connection. After re-installing it worked like new

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shelbydog25

Thanks for the reply.  Mine doesn’t have that vent. Sounds like yours was easier to get access too

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WetSider

No sure about your ‘08 but on our ‘05 Sunsetter it was located in the space directly behind the dash gauge cluster. Easily accessible by removing a couple dash screws and pulling back the gauge cluster. Inexpensive part to replace (www.bakesonline.com), and super simple if you have a low profile ratcheting Phillips head screwdriver - due to height/clearance under the dash. Hope this helps.

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