A while ago the horn in my 2003 Chevy Silverado stopped working. I checked the fuses and the relay and everything was good. At the time I did not want to remove the airbag to check the switch so I bought a horn button and hooked it up and the horn worked this way.
Fast forward to recently and a car pulled in front of me and my instincts were to still hit the steering wheel and not the button. So no horn, but luckily there was no accident, but decided it was time to fix the switch.
I bought a new switch, cleaned the area where the switch attaches, and put it all back together and removed the old horn button. Unfortunately there is still no horn sound and not even a click from the relay. The fuses and relay are still good, but I am not sure what to check next. I saw some video where people put solder on the tip of the switch, but I wouldn’t think I would need to do that on a brand new switch. Any idea what to do next? Thanks!