Horn sticking on 28,000 mile MINT 1997 Porsche Carrera
How do I fix the horn button from sticking and sporadically honking on its own on my 1997 911? It is VERY annoying. The air bag is inside so it is a concern for me to mess with this...I do NOT want to disable the horn for safety issues either! Thanks!
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Common 1999 911 problem Stephanie that needs to be repaired by a qualified Porsche mech. He will need to remove face of your steering wheel and replace horn switch that has worn out and is loose inside steering wheel. Will only get worse and could cause you issues when you hit your brakes behind car(s) stopped for red light. Trust me - I almost got in a couple of fights as they thought I was being a wise guy & "playing Porsche games". Lew Andersen
Check the 25 A Fuse in location B3 of the fuse box in footwell (cheap part).
If the fuse is ok, check the relay in relay location 10 (should be located in fuse box area also) The relay should be labeled as part# 141951253B (may be other relays with same part# (you can swap with) in relay locations 9 and 18-22).
wire crosed in the steering collum the brake light wire is crossed to the horn wire in the collum at the point that it tilts. If you don't work on collums regularlly then this isn't a good car to learn on.