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How to install car kit horn connected to the battery and button s

How do you install a car kit horn connected directly the car battery with a button switch?

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Don't. go get your clock spring replaced. horn will work, cruise will work and you will have no air bag light.
it is a free fix at the dealer. a 98 has a recall on this.

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