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When you start the car or turn the key to ignition horn will blow for about 1 minute

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The airbag in the steering wheel is binding on the horn button during the airbag self-check when you turn on the ignition.
It is not owneer repaitable; take to the dealer.
Be careful, in that some shops may disconnect the airbag.

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