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I have a 1999 ford f350 ford 4x4 7.3 the horn starts blowing

Sitting in the driveway it just starts blowing for no reason i have to unhook the nec post on the battires to get it to stop

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There is a short in the horn wiring, you may disconnect the horn relay, that the easiet thing to do. owners manual should have a layout of where the relay is. Steering wheel switches most likely.

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