My horn keeps going off. I was able to get it to go off by pushing the horn inside the car but this time I had to disconnect the battery.I need to know how to disconect the horn from a 2001 mitsushi monterro limited with 4 wheel drive.
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Normally there is a horn relay, try replacing that. The contacts can weld together and keep the horn on. If you take the relay out and leave it out, you won't have a horn but at least it won't be blowing all the time.
Hot wire the horn to the battery if it works, check the horn relay. You may also have a disconnect inside the horn button in the steering wheel, if the relay does not get a signal from there it won't work either. If you are going work inside the wheel, get a manual to guide you through airbag cautions and removal.
keep the steering wheel in one spot, do not rotate, check horn by pressing pad in different areas. If it is intermittent then horn pad is concern. If it works well trying slowly turning steering wheel while pressing horn pad if there is a point in turning the wheel where horn becomes inop, then the common fault is the horn contact ring inside of the steering column