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Could be a short in the steering wheel or column. Or a faulty horn relay. You may need a wiring diagram to trace the circuits from the relay. Usually the black wire is the ground and the green is voltage from the relay.
hey, im not sure what your car is like but if you do not have an airbag steering wheel then you can just pull the horn pad straight off and replace it... see if that works but remember its illegal to not have a horn technicaly so its best to fix it quick
Your lock settings were most probably changed from your remote unit. By pressing both lock and unlock keys together for around two to three seconds you can switch between silent mode and horn mode.
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It sounds like you have a short circuit in the steering wheel horn pad. You can have someone unplug your horn until you can have it fixed. That is if you don't need your horn. This is a totally temperary fix. Because of the airbag in the steering wheel, you should bring it to a qualified mechanic. Sorry
behind the airbag is the horn switch i dont reccomend checking the the switch unless you know how to disarm the srs systems but i accidently leaned on it once pushed the plate in and when i pushed on it it went off but if i took my hand off it it would go back on otherwise their could just be a simple short
check fues first , if it is o.k, check for voltage at terminal on horn when the horn bttom is depressed, if there is voltage at each terminal,check for a bad earth at the horn.if the earth is good, replace the horn.