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I installed an ignition lock today and everything is working fine but the horn will not stop blowing!!! How can I fix this? Also if fixing is beyond my capability(I'm just an amateur) How do I disable the horn? Please simplify as much as possible!!

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If you will open the hood and look down infront of the radiator you will see the two round horns or you should hear them for sure.. they each have one wire on them which you can just unplug each of them just pull that wire off of the horn it is just a slip over plugin and at least drive it without blowing the horn all the time. You might try resetting the computer by disconnecting the positive side of your battery for a few minutes and put it back on it might be a security bug ... also when you were replacing this ignition lock you didnt press on the horn hard or anything did you ? possable it is stuck in the steering wheel .. Just a thought.. Thanks and holler if you need more Jerry

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