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I have a 2012 400 and horn isn't working. when i hit the button nada. lights don't dim no cue that it is even drawing electricity. I know its under warranty but unless it's something major or needs new part or something, I'd rather just do it myself. Hoping it's just a loose connection and I'm hoping for any advice or insight.

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have you done any mods? bike stay covered or uncovered? looked in wheel well to see if wires broken?
 

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Check the Fuse Box , It may just be a Fuse out, Fuse is located left side under Dash.

it's not Rare for the Horn to Quit when it comes to the Horn itself,

Elliott,
 

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Agree with Mikey it is likely there is a modded horn in the circuit and the wiring is damaged/compromised.
 

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thank you for the replys. I checked the fuses and saw nothing unusual but the horn stated working and I've had no problem since. HMMM? I guesss all well that ends well.
 

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Glad you now have the horn working - BUT too bad that you never found out what the problem was..(???)
 

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Could have been a bad connection, which got corrected during the investigative work.............who knows?
 

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Just pulled my 06 out of the garage after a long winter. Battery was dead. Of course I neglected to put it on the battery tender which I own. After a little charging the Burgman came to life but I discovered my horn is dead. No sound, not a peep. I went to check the fuses, but checked the manual and I would have also lost turn signals, etc if I lost the fuse. Anything else simple to check before I start pulling off tupperware or hauling it to the dealership?
 

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Have you checked the horn relay to see if it is working.
 

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Come to think of it I believe you are right. I would just jumper the horn directly to the battery and see if it works. If not the the horn has gone bad. If it does then start checking wires with a test light or meter.
 

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Come to think of it I believe you are right. I would just jumper the horn directly to the battery and see if it works. If not the the horn has gone bad. If it does then start checking wires with a test light or meter.
Ya, it looks like it comes down to basic diagnosis techniques. I just was curious because you do not hear about any issues with stock horns.
 
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