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My 1999 sonnata has an electrical short casuing to horn to keep blaring unless the battery is disconnected. how can i disable the horn, and where is it located under the hood?????

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Please open the hood and connect the battery momentarily and the horn will tell you its approximate loca tion with its sound. Just remove one of the wire from the horn and insulate it properly to avoid any short circuiting.

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  • Rinoo Kumari Oct 03, 2010

    Please open the hood and connect the battery momentarily and the horn will tell you its approximate location with its sound. Just remove one of the wire from the horn and insulate it properly to avoid any short circuiting.


    But I would recommend a check of the short circuiting already there to avoid further damage. By disconnecting the horn we are just treating the result and not the cause. Carry out a thorough check for a possible short in the wiring for the horn. As much as you can. If you locate one then insulate it properly.

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