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There are tow things other than the gorm that could be bad. The forst (And most likely) is the horn switch located in the steering wheel. These are fragile and easy to break, and not to easy to replace. If you find that the switch is the problem, you would be better served to mount an external horn switch on the dash near the driver. This is legal for inspection in most states (check with your local inspection authority first). The otherr item that could be bad is the horn relay. It is located under dash on the passengers side kickpanel near the glove box. it is mounted in a relay panel there. You should hear it click when preesing the horn switch if the car is quiet enough.
Yes, the problem will probably be a sticking switch. When you remove the steering wheel cover you should be able to see the switch(s). I think your vehicle has two and usually spraying them with an electronic cleaning fluid does the trick.
Had the same exact problem.Found the horn had collected water in the neck of the horn.Froze and split the horn housing,therefore causing that clicking noise inside by the glove box.The horn is located front passenger side in front of the tire / wheel well protector.Check it out first,cause your horn relay is working, your horn is not .Cheaper to get 1 from a auto yard..had this problem twice in the 12 years i had it .Bad location so the 2nd time i relocated to a hirer spot to eliminate water from the tire splash.HAVE NO PROBLEM SINCE been 7 years,
The relay is located under the glove compartment. Little difficult to get to but if you peek your head just underneath, you'll see it. Easy to take out and replace. Ive replaced mine and still have a problem. I hear a clicking noise and even can feel the contact when horn is pressed. I changed the horn about 1yr ago and now am wondering if the horn could have gone out so soon.
It sounds like you have a bad c v or constant velocity joint. Look under the car next to the wheel look for a rubber accordian type unit, if the rubber is torn or lose the grease has escaped and damaged the joint. You can replace it yourself, but if your not mechanically inclined would say take it to a shop.