My 98 Dodge Stratus's horn started blowing while i was driving it?

Asked by Jul 24, 2014 at 08:46 AM about the 1998 Dodge Stratus 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had to push on the horn for it to stop multiple times. I shut my door and the horn started. I had to pull the fuse.

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41,915

Does anyone else drive your car? The only time I had that issue was when I got mad, I punched the horn. It stuck on and I had to tear it apart because I dented the contacts inside under the horn. That would cause it to have a hair trigger so to speak.

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35,645

There's a ring inside of the steering wheel that making contact with the horn mechanism. IE shorting out. Take it to a qualified repair shop coz to fix it the steering wheel wheel has to be removed and that includes the air bag. You don't need that to go BANG in your face!!!

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no one else drives it. do you think it would be expensive to fix?

41,915

If you have to cut steering wheel cover to remove air bag it will be expensive to fix..........

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