Also, check to see if yours has a nut on the center of the horn. Most motorcycle horns have them and sometimes by just turning the nut one way or the other, it will work again. Barring any electrical issues of course.
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Ok sorry you obviously have no electrical knowledge. Go to your nearest auto parts store and ask or a test light. Take the test light and touch each end to the connector of the horn. One wire is power and the other is ground. If you are hooked up to both and all is good, when you hit the horn it will light up. Which will mean you need a horn.
Another way to use the test light is to hook the clamp end to the negative side of the battery then touch it to the positive side of the connector and you should light up w/ or w/o pressing the horn button. Then do it vice versa, that way you check both sides.
If you get a teat light in your hands you'll realize that it's simpler than it sounds.
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