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Theft horn went off and not turned off. When it did quit, entire electric system is DEAD.

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    Brett Duxbury Apr 29, 2017

    Hi John DAngelo, check relay for horn is not stuck on and that it has not completely flatten the vehicle's battery.

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Sounds like one of the maxi fuses burnt up.

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Sounds exactly like my 1999 SL2 which had "burning and arching" in the fuse box. Car one day be fine the next I'd take it to the store, come back in 10 minutes and wouldn't start, no radio, no power windows, no keyless entry remote, no rear defrost and even locking doors from inside power buttons it sounded odd. This fixed the problem by replacing the fuse box.

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No you have the famous acid intrusion into the positive battery cable.

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