Question about 2000 Audi A6
Although horns do not commonly get stuck on, knowing what to do in this situation will not only save your battery but also keep the neighbors happy. Try these steps in the order suggested.
1) Push on the horn button a few times--this may dislodge a stuck connection inside the steering wheel If the horn doesn't stop, try this again while turning the steering wheel back and forth.
2) The steering wheel horn pad is warped, it is a common problem, when the soft plastic of the area were you push to honk the horn warps it causes the horn contact to stick on, most common with cars setting in the sun all day with the windows rolled up tight.
if the still the same problem then its not a fuse problem but its a horn assembly problem.the two contacts in the horn by which the horn actually gets sound are getting touched constantly.actually they should only touch when you press the horn or give a command.check out the wirings they are getting short in between by coming in contact with any metal object or the horn is bit cracked so two things are getting touched to each other.mostly checking the horn wiring will solve in other case horn will need replacement.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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