I've had a search through old threads, and couldn't find a specific answer. I set off driving today and realised my horn wasn't working. I've checked the fuse, which is fine, and there's a clicking noise when I push the wheel in, which says to me that the circuit's working alright.
Now, I don't have a jack or axle stands, so can't get under the car to see what's there currently, and the Haynes manual says that "most models" have two horns. I've bought these horns as a replacement, but obviously if there's only one horn there I'll probably need additional connectors to make these work (or I'll have to take these back and swap them for a single horn).
So, before I get the chance to get under the car on Monday and take a look, can anyone tell me if my car is likely to have one or two horns? It's a 2005-registered Mk 1, 1.6 petrol LX.