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Where is the horn located on a 1999 Porsche 996 - I think I have a short in it as if you hit a bump hard enough it will quickly honk

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You can find the horn on the leftside (face to the car) underneath the protectionshield. If you have small hands you can dismount it form there (not easy).Otherwise you have to take off the bumper.

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