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Horn goes off on Porsche boxster when paying brakes.

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That would mean that the wiring is shorted together under the fuse/ relay box or one of your friends wired them together as a prank seen it befor. the easy way to confirm that its the problem is take a ohm meter and go to the fuse box and put one led on the fuse for the brake switch and the other led on the fuse for the horn and see if there is resistance the shouldnt be any at all

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