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Old 05-06-2002, 08:22 AM   #1
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Exclamation Horn trouble...

I know this is lame and all... but I think my horn is broken. Does the E46 have dual horns, i.e. a low and high frequency one?

I think so, because my horn sounds awfully weird. I noticed it wasn't very loud the other day, and so then when I beeped it standing outside the car, it sounded really really high pitched. So I'm assuming it has 2, and the low one failed or the fuse blew or something. I've got the 30k service coming up in < 2000 miles, so I can hold off on getting that fixed. Just wondering if that's the culprit...


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You need one of the horns replaced. Happenned to me as wel.

So yes there are dual hoens 1 on either side of the bumper.
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You need one of the horns replaced. Happenned to me as wel.

So yes there are dual hoens 1 on either side of the bumper.

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