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I need to unplg my horn under the hood. But I can't locate where it is. The alarm keeps going off when I apply my breaks, turn on my signal and open my car door. I want to unplug the horn to stop this from happening.

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It sounds like someone has played a prank on you, while under there look for any wires that look newer than the rest.

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