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1998 corvette horn does not work from wheel however the panic button works. Is there a connection in the dash which might have come undone

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Possible connection under the dash. could also be bad connection at the switch in the steering wheel or bad switch all together. if it still honks with the alarm, the relay is more than likely still good. something electrical on the switch side of the relay.

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