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2006 Jeep grand cherokee horn going off

Our Jeep horn went off in the middle of the night and then goes off every 3-5mins. How do we disable this? Nothing works,driving around, locking/unlocking.

need help!!!

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  • Richard Scordino Jul 13, 2010

    tried anything really high tech like unplugging the horns themselves?

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You need to reset your alarm system and the only way I know how to do that is to disconnect the battery and reconnect it.

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