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Horn won't turn off

I have a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Sedan and as of late the horn gets stuck and takes forever to stop. Last night the horn just stated blowing by itself and by the time I got to the door it stopped by itself. How can I disconnect the horn?

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Remove the horn relay its in the power distribution box...

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