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Horn/alarm after battery disconnect/reconnect

Disconnected battery in an attempt to cure transmission limp mode. When I went to reconnect it, as soon as the wire touchs the positive post, the horn starts honking like an alarm. But there is no alarm I'm aware of... What gives?!? Could the fact that I replaced the factory radio while it was disconnected have anything to do with this?
93 plymouth grand voyager seriously mistreated by previous owner...

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  • Poor schmuck Oct 12, 2008

    Nevermind, I took apart the dash and discovered there was actually an after market alarm (friend that just gave me the van didn't even know about it...) and I just removed the alarm and that solved the problem.

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Et it honk a while and see if it stops. Use the key and try locking and unlocking the drivers door with it when its honking. Also try putting the key in the ignition.

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Ah but did it solve the transmission problem?

Posted on Jul 18, 2017

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brake light switch or a headlight switch

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SOURCE: 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager -horn and cruise

Check your horn connection at the horn and check your cruise control vacuum line at the brake master cylinder.

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SOURCE: My daughter's horn on her 1996 Plymouth Breeze has

I would get a horn button (Like they used years ago) and mount it to the dash. You will have to find the ground wire that comes from the steering column though.

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