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i would check the ground out inside the steering wheel before anything else. these can get bent or broken off during a good panic honk or during a fit of roadrage. once ok'ed i would have a helper with a test light or volt meter check the system as you honk the horn to find out where the voltage stops. where the voltages stops will be the problem