Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi Pros, my 1999 Ford Falcon Forte horn occassionally stays on when pressed, however to release it, I usually get away with just pressing it once more.
The other problem is that sometimes it will just go off whilst noboby is even in the car. I have swapped the relay and checked the fuses but this does not seem to rectify the problem.....can anybody please help with hopefully a simple solution?
Your contacts are sticking within your steering wheel. When you push on your horn, it creates contact. One of the wires could be loose and causes it to stick. Take off your cover to steering wheel and make sure they are where they are supposed to be. If you have an airbag though, take it to ford to fix.
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