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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The screws behind the steering wheel, holding the horn switch and air bag assembly are too tight. When it gets hot in the car the contacts touch and the horn sounds. By backing off those screws one half turn each should stop the problem. I hope you have the torx drivers and special tips you might need for this tight spot. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Tahoe Horn broken
You can remove the horn relay and use a Ohm meter and check the resistance between the horn relay connector terminal No. 86 (Black Wire) and ground. If the ohms are less then 5 ohms replace the horn relay. There are a lot more tests but as Polarcycle states you can do what he suggested other then I believe you have two horns in this vehicle.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
In most cases this problem is caused by the rotating ribbon circuit contact under the steering wheel having a broken filament, the part is known as a clock spring contact, u will need to properly disarm the airbag and remove the steering wheel to access the part. WARNING: Failure to follow factory Airbag disarming protocol can result in an unexpected Airbag deployment and possible serious personnel injury or death.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
If you have your owner's manual, there is a section that will tell you the exact sequence to press to enable/disable the horn bonk. It has three settings, chirp, honk, and off. The chirp is a really quick chirp of the horn. Honk is a longer honk. Off seems to be what you've set.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
WHEN THE HORN IS GOING OFF PUT A GROUND WIRE TO THE BODY OF THE HORN IF THIS STILL HAPPEN CHECK YOUR HORN SWITCH IN THE STEERING IT MAY BE STIKING OR THE WIRE MAY HAVE SHORTS
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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