Duct Tape a sock in it.
Pull the wires off and tape them up.
If it has a factory security system put your key in the door and then unlock it
Under the hood there is a 5 in. Long bl. Box to the left facing the jeep. There are fuses in it, the horn fuse is in there....good luck..
on my 93 Cherokee the horn fuse is #11, a 25 amp fuse.
I have a jeep Cherokee of that year and I believe that what you are refering to is a spherical thermometer and horn assembly.
In the middle of the steering wheel
Right behind the grill
There are a couples of reasons why a 1993 Jeep Cherokee's horn may not work. One reason is the horn relay fuse may need to be replaced.
the horn fuse is on the right hand passenger side of the dash.
the horn itself may be screwed on too tight. Remove the horn cover, usually by prying it off, and there will be three Phillips head screws. Loosen those screws a little and that should solve it.
behind right headlight......hope this will help.
If the fuses are good on a 1996 Jeep Cherokee and the horn still will not work, check the horn relay switch on the passenger side fender wall inside the engine compartment. Also check to make sure that the horn is hooked up properly.
i have a 1992 Cherokee limited on it its under the lower pannel to the right of the streeing wheel
under the front bumper on the passenger side
i have a 93 and i unplugged the maroon box under the steering colum
try looking under the passenger side front end from the ground, there may be a plastic shield covering it (where u would wire up fog lights)
under the passenger side of the front bumper, this can be veiwed from below
Under the hood, near the front. horn is located behind the front bumper on the passenger side. can be seen from under the jeep.
You need to diagnose what is causing the problem. IT could be the horn switch on the steering wheel, the wiring, the fuse, relay, the horns themselves.
I believe it's in the front left corner by the radiator.
The reason why your horn honks when you back up is because someone hooked the horn to your back up lights. I think you can just find the wire that goes to the horn and pull the wire. it might also be a safety feature to your jeep. alot of new cars have this.
Its located behind the front bumber on the drivers side. Under the turn signal lamp.
right side of car, under the headlight assembly. accessible from under the car.
The controls are on the steering wheel. Inside, the horn is mounted in the front driver side fender area kind of behind the front bumper.
Check battery if low could trigger alarm.
Dealership said under the dash on the driver side. But wouldn't be the 1st time they were wrong.