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the horn is beneath the driver side head light assembly. there is a nice video of removing this over on youtube.com. go there search and watch it. you have to take out the headlight assembly to get at it as the fellow points out, the relay is inside the horn on the 96-99 saturns so you can not replace it with a generic two wire horn off the part store shelf.
It sounds like you have a short to ground problem.check to see how many wires go to your horn and make sure the horn is compatable with the cars system.Most horns have constant power going to them and the the horn button makes the ground to honk the horn.Make sure you have the correct wire attached to the horn.You may have to Isolate the horn from ground too stop the draw of current