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The horn blows every time I turn the wheel. I hae to hold the horn pad on the steering wheel to keep it from honkning

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If you can take the pad off the steering wheel there should be 2 wires that operate the horn. One is positive and one is negative. When the 2 are touched together the horn will sound. You may have a bad wire or the rubber coating is coming off the positive wire, causing it to honk when touched to a ground ( like your steering wheel)

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