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Horn comes on by itself in cold weather

You have to disconnect battery or pull fuse

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Most Of the time it is in the steering wheel. The cold makes the cover tighten up and puts pressure on the horn switch inside. Can also be an easier problem; The horn relay might be on it's way out. I sincerely hope that I could help you on this. Best wishes.
Bryon

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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