CX horn

I have just purchased a 1988 CXA 25 Prestige. Great car, but the horn sounds like it has bad case of asthma. Any suggestions on how to correct the horn?
Also, whilst driving the car home after buying it in southern Idaho, the head light switch stopped working and left having to push the flasher button in order to have any lights at all. The parking lights come on but the headlights will not work, nor the any of the other driving lights except the high beams when pushing the flasher button. Thanks for any advice
Gene
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Gene S. Park ( snipped-for-privacy@comcast.net) gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying :

Throw it away and replace it?

Might well be a duff switch - the lights on CXs aren't relayed, so the switches do die. Andre might have changed that in the conversion to CXAs, but that's certainly the story with Citroen CXs.
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