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My husband was replacing my blown out headlight on the driver side front and needed to remove the battery to reach it. Now when trying to hook the battery back up, the horn is constantly blowing and we can't make it stop - why?

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He pinched the wire to the horn and it is going straight to ground. Take the battery out and get a flashlight to trace the wire from the horn to see where it is crimped.

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