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Hi guys,
Happy Canada Day to everyone,

Am new to this forum, bought enclave, noticed horn won't work, the mechanic changed the fuse, worked for a week, then it died. Took it back, he checked the wires, cleaned the small corrosion, worked for 2 weeks, died again.
Can anyone help me with the solution or atleast tell what might be the problem, appreciate it.

Thx,
Fellow Canadian
 

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That's correct, the mechanic said the area is exposed to water splash which might have affected the connectors.
 

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Canadian said:
Hi guys,
Happy Canada Day to everyone,

Am new to this forum, bought enclave, noticed horn won't work, the mechanic changed the fuse, worked for a week, then it died. Took it back, he checked the wires, cleaned the small corrosion, worked for 2 weeks, died again.
Can anyone help me with the solution or atleast tell what might be the problem, appreciate it.

Thx,
Fellow Canadian
:welcome: to the forum.

Your problem is the first that I am aware of among forum members. I hope that someone comes up with a good suggestion that solves this issue. Keep us abreast of the situation.
 

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So, I ended up changing the horn, found out short in wiring in the horn itself. Funny, its a bit louder than before.
 

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In the front.
Youll have to remove about 4 screws from the front part of the wheel well, pull back the liner, and youll see the horn.


This is my Traverse. Youre Enclave should be in the same place/

 
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