2011 Camry LE horn problem

Asked by Mar 25, 2017 at 04:04 AM about the 2011 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My horn not working and how do I find the horn
rely? I know it under the hood but how I know the
right one?

14 Answers


if there's another relay there that matches you can swap them and see if that works , mark them so you know which is which other wise you need an owners manual diagram (on line ?) or a multi tester


Have you had any repair work done on this vehicle lately?


When you were checking relays....did you look at the under side of the relay covrer?

Yes I check the relay cover and there was work done on the front driver side due to an accident. When I am pressing the horn I could hear the relay clicking also.

And this is the fuse box

There's no good diagram online I check and used a tester on all six and they all beep


If you are hearing the relay clicking when you operate the horn....then you should go to the horn itself and check for 12 volts DC at the horn terminal when you operate the horn. You should also check the repaired area for missing wires and missing bolts.

OK i check the wiring by horn terminal and I get nothing from the + side but from ground it work. so i assuming I should check the + side back the relay?


I think you are correct.....since we do not have a wiring diagram of the circuit. Do you see any evidence of ...wild life....under the hood by the fuse box where the relays are located?

There no wild life there. I run another test and both +/- not working so how can I know the right relay to test


The relay that is clicking when you press on the horn at the steering wheel...should be the horn relay. Did you say you got the horn to work when you put power to the b+ of the horn? How many wires on the horn?


Also..I see there is a 7.5 amp fuse for the horn....did you check that fuse?

3 wire one to each horn and other is the ground. Yea I put a fuse in it but I got it fix there was a cut in the wire from the fuse to the horn. Thank you for your help it was very helpful. Thank you


OK...good eyes and good job. Another success story.

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