What causes my1997 dodge stratus horn to beep continuously.

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Asked by Jan 24, 2014 at 10:28 PM about the 1997 Dodge Stratus 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The horn on my 1997 dodge stratus won't stop beeping.  Can you offer possible cause?

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Could be the factory alarm acting up. If you do have a factory alarm try placing your key in the trunk or passenger door and turning to unlock. If horn stops blowing then the driver door alarm switch is bad.

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Or the horn relay is acting up.

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My stratus does not have a factory alarm system. The beeping got progressively worse. I have had to remove the fuse.

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115,095

Ok then I would think relay or shorted wire in the steering column possibly.

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Thanks for your answer.

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