Question about 2005 Lincoln LS
It does not sound like the alarm. It isn't blowing off and on-it just solid blows. I tried using the other key thinking it was the FOB
Posted by Anonymous on
I'd say, a direct short to the Ignition "on" circuit, or bad connection, or possible relay or bad horn switch. If you "bang" on the horn, it may loosen the contact that is sticking. For tempory solution, disconnect the horn, Tape the end so it doesn't short, and drive carefully so you don't need the horn, until you can sort out the problem. Could be a horn relay with welded contact points. Solution being replacing the relay. Follow horn wire back toward firewall. You may run into the relay, or if it goes through the fire wall the relay may be under the dasy. Time for repair manual with electrical. Parts store may have, or MFG customer service, or
filepeep.com if they have it, or manualslib.com
You seem to be DIY oriented, so you may need it later anyway.
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