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the air bag light didn't cause the other things to fail,it was just the first thing you saw that told you there is a problem,you need to take it to a dealer and have them check the clock spring and other components
Did you check to see if you had power to the horn? There is also a horn relay in your fuse control center under the hood. If you have your owners manual look in it and it will show you where the location is at.
the horn relay is located under the hood with three more relays including the ignition relay......If you stand from the driver side looking at the hood, it would be the first relay on your left. You can actually remove it and test your horn to see if it is going to work just to make sure. Good luck
Common problem. I had the same problem a couple of years ago. You have 2 horns located at the back side of the grill, in front of the radiator. I replaced mine with a couple of horns off of an old cadillac that my son wrecked.
To test your horn, you can run a wire directly from your battery positve post to your horn's wire terminal. (The horn is grounded to the body of the car thru the bolt attached to the horn bracket.)
it might be a fuse under the dash. if not it might be in the stering weal, if you have an air bag take to the prowes, if not you should be abel to fix this your self it can be a tab or the wire in the stering weel.