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My horn BLows when I Turn I know there is something loose in the sterring column where the turn signal is i hear it clicking. I want to remove the horn fuse so i can drive it to the mechanic but i cant find it on the fuse box.

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The horn relay should be in the power distribution center, under the hood, close to the battery. It is rectangular black box. Oh, it sounds as if your clock spring is broken inside the steering column.

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