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My horn wont stop going off soi took out the fuse!

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Most cars have a horn ground to the steering shaft, up to under the horn ring switch. So try taking off the cover on the horn ring switch, to see if it is shorting or if the wire fell off.
Careful with the air bag. Disconnect the battery first, so it does not go off.

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