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Pull off the horn button in the center of the steering wheel. It sounds like the wire to the horn button is loose and grounding out inside the steering wheel. Might just need reattached and everything will work as it should. Whatever the problem is, it is in the steering column.
it may well be the problem, you will need to remove the steering wheel to find why is has come loose, it might be a bearing that has collapsed & needs to be replaced or something may have broken......hope this helps......cheers.
If the engine is running when turning steering then it sounds like a loose alternator drive belt, if the engine is switched off and the noise is coming from inside the car at the steering wheel area it will be the steering wheel coil spring swicth gear
The air bag want go off.Its the contact conection under steering wheel that has brocken off.Your steering wheel has to be removed to replace this part.If you are going to attempt to change it ur self then disconnect the battery ground wire.This will stop the air bag going off.
i would imagine the spring clip for the horn may be loose, or floating around in there, since you shouldnt have even touched the turn signal or any components there, i would definatlysay thats the problem, as far as the air bag, make sure to disconnect the battery and it should be ok, but work with it at your own risk
it is the clockspring it is nothing to worry about i would get some cat 5 wire coil it up and wire it in there because the clockspring is very expensive part in have replace them using cat 5 wire and never had any problem after
it could be the wiring rattled loose or a nut or a screw has come loose inside the steering column, you might be able to get at it by loosening the plastic at the bottom of the dash below the steering column. or the worst thing could be something has broke loose..
Sounds like your intermediate steering shaft. Its the slip shaft that runs thru the firewall. They have a slip-stick condition that makes a horrible rattle that you can feel in the wheel. Its a pretty easy repair. Just make sure the steering wheel dosen't spin while you are changing it.