Three usual suspects: #1 the switch contacts in the steering wheel can wear and get stuck together, or the wire running through the switches, roll connector (connects the part of the steering wheel that turns to the rest of the car that doesn't) to horn gets frayed and grounded or #2 the remote keyless entry (RKE) module is defective or #3 the wire from the RKE module to the horn module has frayed and grounded. Anything that grounds the "B" terminal on the horn will cause it to sound.
under the hood
NOT AT ALL
As far as I know, the horn is behind the driver's side headlight.
The water pump on a 1996 Saturn sl2 is located in the engine compartment. It sits below the AC compressor.
driver front fender inside
All four are 6.5"
It does not have one.
1993 Saturn sl2
Check the relays and fuses.
Yes it will.
TAkeit to the Auto Zone store and they will check it free.
Get a horn at Autozone or somethin, and look down behind the drivers side headlights. Positive negative and ground are on top.
You should be able to switch the relay with the horn relay and then check to see if the horn works.
do a 99 Saturn sl2 have a transmission pan gasket
the two top ones.
The red dip-stick under the hood.
Boil over? As in antifreeze? that's probly a blown headgasket
little over 2400lbs in manual and almost 2500 in auto
It's under the hood, on the driver's side, in a black box labeled fuses.
The sensor is threaded into the coolant passage in the back of the cylinder head.
It is inside the car in the fuse panel on the passenger side at the kick panel.
Pick up a Haynes repair manual for the vehicle. They have wiring schematics in them.
possible misfires caused by spark plug/coil wires