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This is usually a bad clock spring. Do you have any tools to do some testing?
OK. Just a moment.
Is the check engine light on?
Lets start by checking the G100 ground. Its located on the left inner fender under the cruise control servo. Check it to make sure its clean and tight and got good continuity to the battery ground. Let me know if that all checks out.
If it looks pretty rusty start by getting rid of the rust, taking it apart, cleaning, greasing and reconnecting it all.
When you check continuity you want to check from the wire close to the ground point to the battery. Poke a hole in the insulation.
OK sorry for the delay. So you are piercing the insulation on the wire and getting this reading there, correct?
Take out the horn relay and try the turn signals. Do they work normal then?
Ground the black/red wire on the clockspring connector. Does the horn sound?