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SOURCE: Honda fit horn won't stop blowing

since the horn is activatied at the steering wheel you have a shorted wire find your horn fuse and pull it out now comes the fun part try to trace your wire from the horn back to the steering colume it will be color coded if you can,t find a problem , you got air bags stay away from that system get a book or take it to a shop one wire, their may be more and you don,t want the bags to get set off good luck

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