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Our horn on our mitsubishi just started going off and wouldn't stop we removed the fuse and now the car wont even start. turns over but doesn't start. any ideas on whats wrong with it?

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Disconnect the battery for 10 min, to see if modules reset. Otherwise you will have to scan it first for codes & go from there

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You can do this for now so its not driving you crazy, then get it fixed.
If your car horn starts blaring and seems to be "stuck" (it won't stop blowing), you could be in for a few embarrassing moments. There's nothing quite like the stares and expressive hand gestures you can draw as your horn takes on a life of its own. There are a couple of things you can do to get the horn to stop.
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Hey I have the exact same problem!...

I don't really know much about cars but I think disconnecting the horn is the way to go. I searched for "2000 mitsubishi mirage disconnect horn" and from what I could tell, the best thing to do is to remove the fuse for the horn...


http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_is_the_horn_fuse_on_a_2000_mitsibusi_mirage

I haven't tried it yet though but I will after work.

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