70 horn relay wiring mystery
Fellas, I'm a bit confused on the wiring for my horn relay.
Picked up a restored 70 Chevelle about 2 months ago. The PO claimed the horn worked after it was restored. It hasn't worked while in my possession. I've attached a picture of the relay. The blue arrow is the incoming wire from the horns (which are new and work when direct to 12v). The red arrow is for the ground wire coming from the steering column. I've haven't popped the horn button off yet, but everything looks fairly new. So, my question is about the 3 different red wires going to the two terminals. Does this wiring look right? I though hitting the horn just grounded the circuit, through the relay. I would only expect one red wire from the battery, and the wire from the steering wheel on the opposite terminal. This doesn't appear to be the case on my relay. The relay doesn't click at all, even with power on. So, does this mean a wiring issue at the relay, bad relay, or issue at the steering column? Seems pretty basic, but any ideas??
Additionally, from my research, the pink/black wire is the key buzzer, which also does not work. This may be unrelated (not installed, never worked, etc.) Would that be a factor in why the horn doesn't work?
1970 Chevelle 454, 4 spd Muncie, 12 bolt, 3.31, AC, PS, PB, Ridler 695, Nitto 555