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I have a 2003 jeep liberty sport. horn stopped working. still works with remote, locking or panic. i removed airbag and checked continuity of horn button to ground, ok. now where? is there a relay?

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  • dennis edwards Jan 19, 2009

    I have the same problem so far it has spent the last 4 days in the shop and is not fixed yet

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I just got mine out of the shop. They said the problem was the clockspring,it is located under the horn button in the steering wheel.

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Yes horn relay

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