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Horn won't shut off

Car horn goes off randomly and won't shut off until I disconnect the battery while parked and not in i. Also blinker lights on dash stay on solid when blinkers are not being used.

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Sound like a defective horn switch shorting out.

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Sounds like the problem lies withing your steering column. Check for shorts... Pull horn fuse in the mean time...

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