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Sounds like the horn relay is bad, the fuse for the horn is located on the driver side look under the left of the steering wheel you will see a little compartment pull it out and you will see the fuses.
Hello. Pull the fuse out for the horn. See if you can open the steering wheel cover to see if the horn button is bad or not. If it is bad, go to a well known jankyard that have good conditioned items and look for the same kind of a car as yours and look for another horn button that is in mint or in a very good conditin.
I would check for the following:
4. Horn itself (disconnect it from the car, use a wire to connect to horn and tap it directly to the battery, if it horns then it is ok, if not probably need a replacement.
5. Push button on the steering wheel
6. Rotor contact on the steering wheel
Changing the ATF will not make it impossible to use the shift lever. You should first check that the brake lamps are working, if not then check the fuse. The shift gate lock is actuated by a switch connected to the brake lamps system. Hope that helps
Check the fuse, if the turn signals are working in the back, the bulbs are ok. If the fuse is good, check the brake switch, it's under dash, near the top of the brake pedal. Either the button is stuck and not popping out when the brake pedal is pressed, or the switch is bad.