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Disconnected battery, now horn goes off when I put cables back on. How do I get horn to stop beeping? I've pulled the horn relay, started the car, put the relay back in but horn still goes off contantly.

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    Horn on constantly. Pulled relay to make it stop.


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Faulty horn switch in steering wheel?

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