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Horn This morning the horn started going off and will not stop. I don't have an alarm. I finally disconnected the battery cable just to get it to stop. When I put the battery cable back on it was still blowing so I pulled the fuse to the horn. I need to know how to fix the problem.

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    We have a '98 Montero Sport, and woke up to the horn going off - not intermittently but constantly.  It wouldn't stop.  It was the middle of the night, and no one had driven it in hours.  Any idea what in the world would cause this??  How do u fix something like this?

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    Same problem with the same vehicle...took it to a mechanic to fix and they said that the horn was rusted and old...so they replaced it, cleaned up the wiring and 1 week later, the horn went off...AGAIN!

  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    since it has gottne really cold outside.. i have woken up twice in the last week with the horn going off. i start the car and beat on the s. whell until it goes off. it seems to be frozenm but i may have to check the air bag module.. any thoughts???
    bryant

  • moose74 Jan 21, 2009

    2002 montero xls.

    since it has gotten really cold outside.. i have woken up twice in the last week with the horn going off. i start the car and beat on the s. whell until it goes off. it seems to be frozenm but i may have to check the air bag module.. any thoughts???
    bryant

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    battery was dead. When I attempt to jump start it emergency flashers and horn start as soon as negative jumper cable is attached to ground. Stop only when battery dies or is disconnected

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The Air Bag module in the steering wheel is no good. The contacts burn and stick.

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