Why does my horn sound go on it self when I'm driving and there is a clicking sound coming from my hood it is a four door Chrysler Sebring 4 cylinder

Asked by Sep 01, 2015 at 12:27 PM about the 2008 Chrysler Sebring

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the clicking sound is the horn relay or a relay. the horn coming on by itsself could be the horn, the wiring under the hood, the wiring under the dash, the wiring in the steering wheel. what you can fo is go under the hood in the fuse box and find the horn relay and pull it . problem solved just use middle finger to alert other drivers that they are in your way.

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Thanks when the horn came on I wiggled the wires under the fuse box and it turned off so I'm guessing It might be the horn relay do you need know which one it the horn relay so I can dissconect it

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