Horn, windshield wipers, windshield cleaner randomly going off
I have a Jeep Liberty 2008. My horn, windshield wipers, and windshield cleaner are going off at the same time, randomly. It happens when I am driving, but it also happened when I was walking to the car and unlocked the car with the remote. The minute I pressed it, the horn and windshield wipers went off. Please help!
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if your hearing a clicking sound when pushing the horn button then it sounds like you need to replace the horn the diaphram is probably no good.if it was a bad connection you wouldn`t hear a clicking noise.the slow wipers sounds like it could be a poor ground on the wiper motor.you can run a separate ground wire to the wiper body and if the wipers work at a normal speed then that is all you have to do.if not then the power wire needs to be checked for battery voltage if its good then the problem is likely the wiper motor itself.the flickering interior light may be the light switch maybe moving just enough to make contact to allow power to the light.make sure the switch is into the off position and see what happens.
It's going to be the contacts to the horn, the conacts are part of the air bag one unit, what you could do for how is disconnect battery, on back side of air bag thew steering wheel small bolts, remove both bolts and disconnect horn harness not the yellow one that's air bag, or replace unit. goodluck
Before you go to the relay--see if you can scrub the fuse holders clean (for the horn and wipers). Remove the ceramic fuses, and take a stiff bristled brush and some rubbing alcohol to the contact surfaces. Vehicles I used to restore (from the South) that had been sitting a while had green oxidation on the fuse contacts that would cause intermittent opens on the circuit.