Check all the wiring in the stearing wheel. Cover should screw off from the back side. Make sure the horn is hooked up. Should be in the front bumper. If it still dont work then buy a new one. Should run about fiftenn bucks.
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First I'm not a Dodge mechanic.
* Check your warranty. Call for setrvice.
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* horn switch is stuck. See if you can pry it back up.
* For multiple horn switches (both sides of steering wheel) check both switches for "mushy operation" or stuck in one position.
* Horn RELAY not working (all makes); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76xR7QGPF1M
* The drained battery is probably due to a short in the electrical system
* Pull the "Horn" fuse to stop the horn (or pull out the horn wire to the horn itself. Leave it disconnected until you can confirm the bad switch or a short in another part of the system.
* Horn Clockspring (diagram) ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0TTRbBjv-U
* Horn not working (Transmission changed); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdbMOhYjr0c
* Charger Alarm and Horn issue; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6eD2RIkuXo
the reason it is doing that is either the pad on the steering wheel is shorting as if you are pressing on it, or the clockspring under the steering wheel is shorting to ground. there is a horn relay in your fusebox inside the cabin; you could disable it there by pulling out the relay. don't pull the fuse because it carries other circuits as well. I couldn't find the exact relay position, but just feel them with your finger while someone honks the horn; the one that's clicking with the horn activation is the one to pull out. I can get you the layout of the fusebox but you really don't need it for that.
I pulled the center out of the steering wheel and grounded the horn contact. The horn honked like it should. This is on our 2006 KIA Sedona. The horn used to work once in awhile, but not at all now. This leads me to believe that the clockspring in the steering column is defective. I will call the dealer on Monday to see if there is a warranty fix, but I doubt that there is.
As long as the light is on the airbag system is disabled.
I would suspect that your clockspring behind the steering wheel is going bad. I would have someone with a scan tool that is able to retrieve trouble codes from the airbag system check it for codes to verify this. If so then steering wheel and steering column trim would have to be removed to access the clockspring to replace it.