how to fix the horn in 99 Buick lesabre 4door custom

Asked by Jun 17, 2014 at 11:09 PM about the 1999 Buick LeSabre Custom Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

after parking my car, then turning ignition off, the horns startet blasting. I disconnected the horns on both sides under the hood. Hours later i reconnected them. There was no response. The horns are not working since 6 months. Shortly before all this happen the horn or airbag cover at the steeringwheel was super sensitive. The horn would go off at the slightest touch. what is the problem? Help

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From your post,i would think to say you may have to change your horn swicth,in steering wheel,but,you may need to take it to a professional ,it has air bag and you don,t won,t to play with it.Take to a good mechanic,,good luck with it.

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a horn is wired backwards, rather than sending 12 volts out to energize something ,the horn switch at steering wheel makes a ground connection of the wire that comes up the column center, if this wire is loose and touches any metal ground it will energize the horn. beep beep

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