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Hi all!
Got a problem with one HIGH frequency horn - looks like its dead.
So I'm looking for the issue to change both for other custom ones.
If anyone knows is it possible to change it just to unscrew down plastic cover (if the space will be enough?) or its need to take off whole front bumper? Any thoughts?

ps. Yes the fuse and relay checked.
 

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Horns are behind the bumper on either side, but can be accessed from the wheel well. Remove the front wheel liner and washer tank (if on that side) to access the mounting bolt and harness connector.
 
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Horns are behind the bumper on either side, but can be accessed from the wheel well. Remove the front wheel liner and washer tank (if on that side) to access the mounting bolt and harness connector.
Thx. For sure I knew it will be You, who would answer. ))
Do You mean to use the revision hole (as for me it too small for this) for the lamps or the whole wheel liner?
If the last - is it a lot of mounts to release?
 

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Thx. For sure I knew it will be You, who would answer. ))
Do You mean to use the revision hole (as for me it too small for this) for the lamps or the whole wheel liner?
If the last - is it a lot of mounts to release?
Remove the entire wheel liner, starting with the fender flare. There's a push pin on the bottom of the front of the fender flare, and a couple more along the underside. Once removed, you can pull the flare away, starting from the front and working towards the back. There are a number of clips, but they'll disengage with a little tug. There is some adhesive that you may need to cut while pulling on the flare. Infiniti recommends applying masking tape to the fender so you don't scratch the paint. For the inner liner, there is a combination of screws, clips, and nuts -- approximately a dozen. It should be fairly easy to spot them. Start from the front and work your way back.
 
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Remove the entire wheel liner, starting with the fender flare. There's a push pin on the bottom of the front of the fender flare, and a couple more along the underside. Once removed, you can pull the flare away, starting from the front and working towards the back. There are a number of clips, but they'll disengage with a little tug. There is some adhesive that you may need to cut while pulling on the flare. Infiniti recommends applying masking tape to the fender so you don't scratch the paint. For the inner liner, there is a combination of screws, clips, and nuts -- approximately a dozen. It should be fairly easy to spot them. Start from the front and work your way back.
Thx a lot - done.
After the push pins out only of front side of liner - its enough gap to access to the horns with both sides. One of them is really dead - other got poor contact and works with barking. So Yeap ordered the new ones. Thanks again for the detailed answer.
 
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