Ok well it sound like the high tone horn is located on the drivers side and isn’t the easiest to get to. Seems weird a horn would fail correct I guess the only other thing it could be is corroded or lose connections
As @Wayne says "there are no perfect electrical connections; just some better than others." So yes, most likely the connection. All the best with your further troubleshooting/repair.it could be is corroded or lose connections
You can try to access them through the hole where the star is in the grille if you don’t have distronic (adaptive cruise control). Grasp the star firmly and rotate it counterclockwise. Same process to reinstall. You may be able to access the backside if you remove the air intake as well.Anyone know if there is an easy way to get to the horns?
Unfortunately you will. You can remove the flat star too, but if you have distronic it won’t do you any good because you can’t reach back there with the radar in the way. Unplugging the radar could result in error messages or a need to recalibrate the system, costing more money and time than removing the bumper.Thanks my Mercedes emblem isn’t one that turns to release unfortunately. I hope you don’t have to remove the whole front bumper to get to the horns lol