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1997 Suburban and horn not working

If I keep the fuse in the horn will not stop honking but when I press the horn on the steering wheel, it does not honk. Tried a new horn and still not working.

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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

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2. If you have airbags I recommend finding which fuse controls them and remove them (SRS fuse), but before doing so make sure the steering wheel is perfectly straight. Disconnect the battery one or both sides. Wait ten to 15 minutes if you have an airbag to start working on the vehicle.
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