My 1990 Accord did bizarre things after a rain. Also, the driver
floor mat was wet. Water was leaking through a weld. There is a
control module under the left kick panel by the drivers left foot
that was getting wet and had rust and mildew.
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Your horn connectors (behind the front bumper) are corroded and are
Your horns are always "hot". Ground is normally supplied by the switch in
the steering wheel. But if one of the horn connectors shorts, current will
flow and both horns will blow.
Pull the horn fuse and your brake lights won't work. You can use your
taillights as a (dim) substitute: Just turn the parking lights on each time
you step on the brake. This dodge is actually pretty effective; I've had to
use it before.
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