We were up, barely. Steady blare. I went outside and disconnected the
battery after fumbling for the right rachet bit in the dark and cold.
I think I've lost the rest of whats' left of my hearing. After
listening to the 'Car Guys' (NPR, USA) for 75 yrs., the term horn
relay sticks in my brain. This happens alot with car stuff. The car
wouldn't start while the horn was a'blaring. Haven't tried it yet
today. Easy fix? Cheers and HNY!!
This morn I reconnected the battery ground (neg) and started the car w/
o a hitch (problem)...?
I couldn't find a fuse that said 'horn."
<added correct crossposting>
I normally scold people for multiposting, but I'm just getting over a
bad bout of flu and am too tired for that.
I quote below what I said in reply to your identical message in the
"This particular vehicle has no horn relay (no kidding).
"The horns in the 2nd gen Integra are always hot, with ground being
normally supplied by closing the horn switch in the steering wheel hub.
"The horns are located behind the outside ends of the front bumper,
meaning they can get good and wet and salty, especially if the splash
shields are torn or missing.
"If your horns are going off by themselves, chances are pretty good the
electrical connector at one of the horns is shorting out due to
I should also add that if the horns happen to dry out enough, they may stop
shorting long enough to resume proper operation until they get wet again.
I thought I was posting here, but I posted to alt.honda by mistake. So
I put t here as well.
What's wrong with posting to similar groups to get more eyes on the
Thanks for the info T. I've found your info useful in the past when
replacing alternator brushes on the Integrar....
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