Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Never work with live airbags without consulting the factory repair manual used by dealerships
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
Check the wires going to the switch and test light to switch to see if it is shorted out.If not you may have a bad relay.
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
This is a simple fix all you have to do is unhook the battery for atleast thirty(30) minutes to disarm the airbag Then remove the airbag by removing the allen screws in the rear of steering wheel you will see the wires going to the horn and you can see if the wires are touching under the air bag. The horn worrks off of ground so the wires is rubbing some metal somewhere under the airbag
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Isuggest that instead of using usual horn system you can try (AH ).NOWADAYS THESE Automotive horns are installed in almost all automobiles, trucks and other automotive vehicles. Automotive horns are intended for use as a warning device to provide warning to other drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians, bystanders, or animals of potential dangerous conditions in the vicinity of the automobile. For example, the horn may be used to warn pedestrians or persons in the path or vicinity of a moving vehicle of the presence or location of the vehicle.
In recent years, it has become increasingly apparent that automotive horns are commonly abused by drivers to show or vent frustration, or to express anger at actions by other drivers or bystanders that are perceived as discourteous. The abuse of the automotive horn by impatient or angry drivers is a common nuisance. Abuse of the automotive horn in this manner may be particularly prevalent in congested traffic conditions, such as in cities or heavily populated suburban areas where traffic is heavy. Nevertheless, abuse of automotive horns has become so common that it is of concern in a wide range of urban, suburban, or rural settings, for example in shopping malls, parking lots, and in the vicinity of sports arenas or recreation centers.
The abuse of automotive horns also raises a number of public safety issues. Abuse of automotive horns is associated with the increasing problem of "road rage," a condition caused by driver frustration. Under these circumstances, the abuse of the automotive horn may provoke a violent response by a nearby driver.
The abuse of automotive horns in the manner herein described is characterized by a length and repetition of horn use that is unnecessary when the horn is properly used, leads to annoyance to other drivers and non-drivers, and also increases the general level of "noise pollution
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Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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