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    My horn stopped working on my 2012 Sanpan yesterday.

    CTRiverCTRiver Member Posts: 1
    Is that a switch or horn problem? Where's the horn located?

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    • CRFCRF Member Posts: 229 ✭✭✭
      edited May 2016

      SAME PLACE AS MINE, maybe you could check for power with a 12v light probe on the horn while someone else pushes the horn button.

      18 ft. Sweetwater Sunrise (F) Pontoon  "Slice of Life" ; 40hp. Yamaha

    • tarheeltarheel Member Posts: 16 ✭✭
      Horn is located on front Starboard side of floor just under the corner.  I had my horn replaced by dealer and the problem stems from a terrible location. The horn get waterlogged and dies.
      Dealer would not relocate without extra cost to me so its just a matter of time before it goes out again.
    • lovetoboatlovetoboat Member Posts: 25 ✭✭
      same problem on my 2012 sweetwater- I relocated by bringing horn wires up through floor-cut a hole in seat base and mounted horns. not too much of a job but much easier when out of the water -saltwater does a job on most things so u need to avoid as much as possible.
    • Brown4724Brown4724 USAMember Posts: 1
      Mine went out on my 2486. At factory they mount them bell forward. They get wet. My dealer gave me a new horn. I mounted it bell facing backwards. Haven't had a problem since.
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