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Unfortunately you have to remove the fuel tank,the pump is in it. It isn't that hard to remove on a lift, and if it is close to empty, it might not be too hard on jack stands and a second support on both sides, at the very least.
horn relay located on the right side kick panel,you will see a row of relays,if horn relay is okay, more likely your horn control pad has a short inside causing horn button contacts to stick causing horn to keep blowing.
To remove the driver side cv axle:
place a large flathead screwdriver between the transaxle housing and the axle. Then place a chisel behind the screwdriver. The order will be: transaxle housing, chisel, flat screwdriver, axle.
Then give the chisel a hit or two with a hammer and it should pop out with ease.
The front brake rotors are press fitted to the front wheel bearings and are removed from the car with a special tool (puller) or can be seperated by removing the whole assembly and placing it in a press to seperate them. You may damage the bearing if not done right.
The only place to get this code is from the dealership. They will enter the code as it maybe different for each car. This happens when the battery has been changed without the backup power supply. As you may have guessed this is to keep would be thieves from reselling your radio.
When you changed the joint, I'm assuming you had the shaft out. A common problem occurs when you put the shaft back in, it doesn't fully seat in the transaxle and then the differential is only connected to one wheel so it can't transmit power. You will have to disconnect the lower ball joint again, move the lower control arm down a bit, so that you can push the axle into the splines of the transmission.