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My 2003 Volkswagon Passaut's horn keeps blowing and won't turn off. How do I disconnect it and where is it located? We had a leak in the windshield and we got 16" of rain this weekend on the east coast.

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You can find the fuse for it under the dash on the drivers side. But make sure it does'nt affect any other componits; like the turn signals or the head lights. On the cover of the fuse box it should have a fuse diagram which tells you which fuse is for what item.

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