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First the horn would blow while turning left, the a clicking sound while turning, then no horn still making clicking sound.

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What is the model of your vehicle. Sounds most likely to be a hardware problem in the steering column. remove the steering wheel and you should see (depending on the model) a pin and spring in a circular plastic bracket shaped with the column. periodically the bracket or even spring pops out and grinds triggering the horn(works by suppling a ground to the wire) when you turn also allowing you to here the clicking.

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