Question about 1992 Pontiac Sunbird
There is a TSB on this issue the horn pad needs to be replaced. See Bulletin below.
Bulletin Number: 93-3-9
Reference Number: 333202
Publish Date: 5/93
INTERMITTENT HORN BLOWING WHEN CAR IS COLD (REPLACE CONTACT ASSEMBLY/VINYL PAD)
1989-93 SUNBIRD AND 1992-93 GRAND AM MODELS
Some owners of 1989-93 Sunbird vehicles and 1992-93 Grand Am vehicles may experience intermittent horn blowing when car is cold.
This condition may be caused by excessive shrinkage of the contact assembly components when cold. This forces the horn pad contact plates together which activates the horn.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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