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Re: 1991 cadillac deville
This is a common problem with all cars and trucks with airbags, it is caused by the rotating contact under the steering wheel we call the clock-spring, why this name? because that is what it looks like, the coil turns with the wheel to provide a solid contact with the airbag and other steering wheel related functions such as the radio or horn and cruise in many cases.
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The 'A' and 'F' note horns are located underhood at the front right corner of the vehicle. To "disconnect" the horns, pull off the electrical connectors or remove the horn relay in the underhood fuse block. If they are on continuously, consider replacing this horn relay, but the problem may be in the steering wheel assembly.
These are just ideas, but In my simple attempt....start with checking, or have someone check every fuse in the fuse box. Another thought is that the turn signal indicator arm that controls blinkers, high beams has finally gave out. And when it did, it might have shorted out the horn. Being a 1993, it has probably seen some usage. Does the cigarette lighter work?? Also check the fuse in the fuse box that controls the horn, because in some of my experiences, the cigarette lighter and the horn are sometimes on the same fuse.
Most likely problem is the fuse which controls the horn. Look in your owner manual for the page that has the fuse chart. Then go to that fuse panel and replace the blown fuse with a new one of the same amperage