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    Russ Gracie Apr 13, 2014

    Hi richard strandberg, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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Horn honks when try to start


honking horn is indicative of damage to the alarm and immobiliser. The 'only starts with headlights on' is indicative of damaged wiring at the front end caused by the deer. Look for disconnected wires, or wires where the insulation has been stripped away and is earthing to the bodywork.

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2000 saturn sedan horn will honk when key is removed from ignition. When horn relay is removed, headlights stay on. Also intermittent issues with car starting up, will turn over but not start, also key...


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Wheres my horn located need to replace it


  • Locate the original manufacturer's horns by looking under the hood.the most likely location is under the passenger side headlight.
  • Remove the passenger headlight. Unscrew two nuts on each side of the headlight with a socket wrench and remove it to expose the horns. Loosen the mounting bolt for the old horns with a socket wrench and unplug the power connectors. Remove the two horns.
  • Mount the new horns with the attachments that came in the kit. You should be able to simply mount the new horns in the old brackets if your kit is a direct factory replacement. Some custom horn kits include air compressors that may require you to install the horns in a non-standard location.
  • Plug the old wiring harnesses into the new horns if they are compatible to retain the factory wiring. Some aftermarket horn kits may include a custom wiring harness that you will need to connect to your car's original wiring using a wire/crimper splitter.
  • Test the new horns to ensure they work. Be aware that horns that use a compressor will be extremely loud.




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Horns and headlights will not shut off


There is a short in both systems.
The horn short is either at the clock spring ot the horn its self. Must be at the clock spring because when you discon the horn it stopped so the short is before the horn.
The headlights are shorted at the relay or the switch.. have a technician look these over. That clock spring for the horn is located by the airbag if you don't disarm it properly its a$ 1,500 mistake not to mention geting slapped by your air bag.These are not big repirs but could be if not done properly. Send the jobs out.

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The circuits are separate, sounds like there is a short inside the wiring harness that is for the headlights and the horn. I would inspect it and try to find the source. Was anything done to the car before this happened, were different headlight lamps installed that use more wattage then stock lamps?

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