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2005 Pontiac Grand AM horn continously sounds. Had to take

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2005 Pontiac Grand AM horn continously sounds. Had to take fuse out in order to stop. Tried to replace with new fuse, as soon as fuse touches insertion point, horn sounds.
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Pontiac
Expert:  Pete replied 8 years ago.
Hello,the most common part to fail that causes this to happen is the horn pad itself on the steering wheel,the contacts internally inside it get bent and stay contactd causing the horn to blow constantly.In this case the horn pad itself has to be replaced to fix this concern.Some of the horn pads come with the steering wheel airbag and can get expensive $700 to $800 to replace it to correct this concern.You can try to replace or swap out the horn relay but in most cases the pad itself is the failure.Your horn relay should be located in the underhood fuse box,there should be a diagram of the relay location on the underside of the underhood fuse box lid.I hope this helped,Thanks Pete
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