Question about 2003 Oldsmobile Alero
My car is turned off, and the horn just goes off and honks will not stop untill I hit the horn area on the steering wheel. Why does this happen and how do I fix it. Its 5 am and this has been happening for the last 2 hours every 30 minutes. I have an 2003 olds, alero MY HORN WONT WORK NOW THE OTHER NIGHT I GOT WOKE UP BECAUSE SOMEONE KNOCKED ON MY DOOR SAYING MY HORN IS GOING OFF, MIND YOU ITS 2 AM IN THE MORNING, ANY HOW I GO OUT SIDE START MY CAR TO MAKE IT GO OFF BECAUSE I AM PUZZLED TO WHY IT IS EVEN GOING OFF, ANY HOW NOW MY HORN IS NOT WORKING AT ALL AND IT'S NOT THE FUSE I REPLACED THAT AND THE RELAY AND MY HORN STILL IS NOT WORKING I HAVE A 2003 ALERO EVERYTHING ELSE ON MY CAR WORK EXCEPT THE HORN... ANY SUGGESTIONS PLEASE HELP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: unable to honk the horn
Sounds like they cut the wires to your horn, by laying on the ground and looking up behind your front end. That's where the horns should be located. Or they just unplugged them. I hope that this helps. If not, I will still be here if you need me. Take care and best wishes to ya.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
sounds like you have a short in the horn wiring or a bad ground wire these grounds are mostly located under the engine compartment near the back wall whitch is called the fire wall or beside the fenders
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
If this is even possible...which im not sure..you would be best goin to a dealer..and let them show you how to use your alarm remote..the BUMs show do it for nuffin..Good luck
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
It may, or it may have two triggers for one horn - one for the alarm and one for the horn button on the wheel. You'll want to check the horn fuse and if it's good, have a pro service the malfunction, as repair will involve handling and removal of the airbag - not recommended without experienced hands helping out.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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