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Electrical when i turn on the ignition the horn honks. when this started the door lock buttons stopped. along with the audio system and the remotes.

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You need the body control module scanned for fault codes.

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SOURCE: Keyless remote locks the doors

I have a 2004 Dodge Durango. When I push the lock button it will lock door and set the alarm but the horn does not blow this is normal on my car. As Dodge is apart of Chrysler maybe it's the same for you, Unless in the past it did trigger the horn then the only thing I can think of is maybe there are different setting for your car. Check the owners manual. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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SOURCE: Horn honks when unlocking doors.

If your vehicle is equipped with a factory keyless entry system and you have the owner's manual, there should be a section in the manual describing how to change your options with your system. But if you have an aftermarket system, which I am thinking this the case, you will have to manually go into your dash under your steering wheel and cut the wire going to your horn from the security system. Once you have accessed your wiring underneath your steering wheel, there is a main harness with a bunch of wires going to the steering wheel. In this harness you will find a DARK GREEN/VIOLET small gauge wire and you should see another wire tapping into it probably coming from the security module. Just cut it off but leave the DARK GREEN/VIOLET untouched and this will eliminate the horn honks.

Posted on Jun 27, 2012

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SOURCE: can't lock the drivers door because horn will start to honk when ever it wants...

It sounds like you have a short circuit in the steering wheel horn pad. You can have someone unplug your horn until you can have it fixed. That is if you don't need your horn. This is a totally temperary fix. Because of the airbag in the steering wheel, you should bring it to a qualified mechanic. Sorry

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SOURCE: do i do what on a 2004 pt cruser, stoped for gas and then turned the car on and didnt have head lights, and the key fob dont lock the doors but still has the horn honk like it locked the doors?

sounds like a charging issue is your battery low

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If your vehicle is equipped with a factory keyless entry system and you have the owner's manual, there should be a section in the manual describing how to change your options with your system. But if you have an aftermarket system, which I am thinking this the case, you will have to manually go into your dash under your steering wheel and cut the wire going to your horn from the security system. Once you have accessed your wiring underneath your steering wheel, there is a main harness with a bunch of wires going to the steering wheel. In this harness you will find a DARK GREEN/VIOLET small gauge wire and you should see another wire tapping into it probably coming from the security module. Just cut it off but leave the DARK GREEN/VIOLET untouched and this will eliminate the horn honks.

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IMPREZA: 2005, 2006, 2007 and
FORESTER: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Check for Immobilizer key on Forester XT models only.
information is always subject to change and correction imp05keylessremote1.jpg
new remote for 2005 Imprezas.
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