My horn started blowing all by itself and didn't stop until i cut the wheel to the left - how can i make it stop?

gk1969
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Asked by gk1969 Dec 31, 2012 at 11:57 AM about the 1998 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr LS Sedan

Question type: General

out of nowhere my horn started blowing and wouldn't stop until i cut the wheels to the left i need to stop the horn so i can get it somewhere to have it fixed

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tenspeed
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Remove the horn fuse or the horn relay.

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John Saffrahn
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Lol reminds me of that prank where you get your drunk passed out friends keys and stick a diode between the brake and horn relay so every thine he hits the brakes the horn blasts.... Shorted wire in the steering wheel. I would recommend taking it to a shop because I never recommend people to work on their own vehicles airbags.

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gk1969
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went to the shop blowing the horn the whole way - everyone got out of my way that day LOL - all fixed now - short in the steering wheel - thanks John

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