Stuck Horn -- Help Please (96 SC2)

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Bob, Jun 7, 2004.

  1. Bob

    Bob Guest


    Last night, while parked in my driveway, the horn on my 96 Saturn SC2
    started blaring for no apparent reason. The key wasn't in the
    ignition, and it hadn't been driven for several hours. The only way I
    could stop it was to remove the fuse. Any ideas on why this happened
    or how to fix it? Thanks much!
    Bob, Jun 7, 2004
  2. It's horny?


    Ok ok, check the horn relay and the the switch in the steering wheel.
    and the wiring for a short somewhere.
    Philip Nasadowski, Jun 8, 2004
  3. Bob

    Blah blah Guest


    Its mating season. AHOOOOOGAAA!
    Blah blah, Jun 8, 2004
  4. Are you the original owner? There was a horn issue with my 97 that got it
    replaced for free at the dealer - you might call and see if they can tell
    you by your VIN. ...just a thought.
    Jonnie Santos, Jun 8, 2004
  5. Bob

    depend Guest

    Actually I don't have a clear idea. For my 97 saturn SL1, once I press
    that "horn" button of the keyless remote control, the car will be acting
    the same as you described. Maybe that's a clue. Just FYI
    depend, Jun 8, 2004
  6. Bob

    Mason121 Guest

    I have a `97 SC2 and had almost the same problem, but I was driving the car.
    I didn`t even touch the horn button. I was just driving and the horn started
    blaring. Luckily I was close to home. I disconnected the battery cable,
    didn`t know where the fuse was at that time. I did find and remove the horn
    fuse and started driving again. Later out of curisioty I put the fuse back in
    and the horn didn`t start up again. That was over a year ago and it hasn`t
    happenned again??
    Mason121, Jun 8, 2004
  7. Bob

    Tim Shoppa Guest

    Almost always, this is the horn relay.

    Tim Shoppa, Jun 8, 2004
  8. Bob

    Dave Guest

    Bad horn.
    Dave, Jun 10, 2004
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