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Horn intermittently blowing

I have noticed when I start to turn my car right or left the horn blows. It is fine when I go forward or backwards, just turning left or right. Help.

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Your horn is shorting out on your steering colum just trace wires back from steering wheel and look for were its been uncovered

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Very possibly the horn relay. This is located in the left junction block ( fuse panel) on the left side of dash. Open driver door and you will see a panel cover on the end of dash. On the cover it should list the position of the relay which I believe is on the right of fuse panel. If you try the horn and it sticks on again, try tapping the relay, if stops then that is the problem.

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the horn circuit is that theres 12v fed to one side of horn and works when its return is grounded at the horn button,,the feed to thec/liter may also be the feed to the horn,,the horn staying on may be the button return spring has calapsed and the contacts not seperating

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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