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How do you stop the horn blowing on a 1992 Ford Falcon?

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2005-11-12 03:15:39
2005-11-12 03:15:39

I had this on my 1994 Ford Fairmont (Australian) - turns out the horn pad in the center of the steering wheel is heald out from the contacts by some soft foam rubber, which breaks down after a while, so that the contacts are always touching. Step 1. pull the plugs out from the horns themselves to shut the thing up! Step 2. Get a new horn 'pad' (center of steering wheel) to replace the old one. Hope this helps.

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