Horn location on a 206
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    Default Horn location on a 206

    Got my car back recently from repairs after a soft sideswipe from a light truck, just discovered the horn doesn't work.

    I know for a fact it worked during the accident or it would've been nasty...

    Where's the horn located? My guess is they disconnected it while removing the front quarter, it copped a nasty little ding from the truck's front wheel studs.

    Specifically, my pug is a 206 GTi 180.

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    Thanks in advance!

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    I used to own a 206 Gti and from memory the horn should be in front of the near side front wheel just behind the plastic cowling.

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    In the picture it's down the bottom on the left (driver's side).

    It may need plugging back in or a gentle bit of technical percussion whilst an assistant depresses the button on the steering wheel.
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    Thanks guys, fixed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GerardLePeugeot View Post
    Thanks guys, fixed!
    Good to hear - but what was the fix?
    Regards,

    Simon

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    You should find that the cavity behind and below the left headlight is a pretty good repository for a couple of air-horn trumpets, too ...

    (Great photo, BTW, SLC!)
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