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Horn blowing 2003 Vitara came home went into house, heard this noise it was my horn blowing, sat in the drivers seat, it stopped, got out, shut the door, got to the house, it started again, disconnected fuse, next morning put fuse back in, all was quiet, the next morning my daughter opened door, horn started blowing, sounded weak, stopped, pulled wire to disconnect horn. ???? This truck has been a jem, it is a soft top three door.

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