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Easiest and cheapest thing i would check would be the fuses, other than that your step resistor in your heating control unit could be bad.

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To Larry Crowley,
Did you ever correct the problem to your 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee and did you in fact determine that the problem was in fact the Body Control Module (BCM)?
I too have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd with 162,000 miles. Up until just a few months ago, I never had any major problems with the car however in early December one evening the car was turned off and parked in my garage and the horn just went off out of nowhere, a solid horn...it was deafening! We unplugged the battery for the night so it wouldn't drain the battery. The next day I took the car to the mechanic who replaced the horn switch and relay. We thought that had fixed the problem. An hour after I left the mechanic with the car both the BRAKE and ABS lights on my dash went on and my speedometer stopped working (very scary to drive that way). When I stopped the car and went to lock it with my keyfob, the solid horn went off again so obviously the problem was not the horn switch and relay!?!? Over the past few months I have had my car to three different mechanics as well as the Jeep dealer and they have all concluded that the problem must be the BCM but they said that the only was they can properly diagnose the car is if it is acting up with the above mentioned symptoms while in the shop. Unfortunately it only acts up intermitently, not all the time. I am at such a loss. Currently we have removed the fuse for the horn so I am driving with no horn which is extremely unsafe! I look forward to any advice you have in this regard. Thank you!

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My horn works when it wants my blower to my heater only works on defrost and the center of my information panel brinks steaty


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Horn doesnt work how do i take the steering wheel apart on a 2002 chevy malibu because i think its a wire in the syeering wheel and i dont want to deploy the air bag


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First off, never bring it back to the dealer, if you dont want to waste money...
Second, what has been added to this car? new stereo, car alarm???
Were windows left open in the rain?
-If new parts were added, check the cars wiring. Most likely is short.

-if your horn and all other electrical accessories is having a problem, and wiring is good, Well what controls drawing power, and powering up these accessories? - The cars computer...

Theres no short answer for that, get a flashlight, the cars wiring diagrams, and a voltmeter - check the wires

- Lisa

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