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The horn is stuck on in me 2008 Subaru outback sport. How do I disconnect it? Is there a fuse for it?

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Sorry it's such a small pic...pos your email and I'll email it...I can't enlarge this from the original picture but it sounds like the relay. Check the wire to the horn also.

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1 Other User Has The Same Problem Posted by camberggren on Nov 26, 2008 I just encountered the same problem on my 96 Subaru after I had the alternator replaced. One user tried the band aid fix of removing the hazard warning flasher 15 amp fuse in position #27 in the engine compartment fuse panel. It could also be a bad lighting relay. I am still troubleshooting the problem. Solution #1 posted on Aug 12, 2008 0%20stars_w.png
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