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1998 Jetta / Horn Won't Stop Blowing / No crusie control

My 1998 Jetta has an intermitent problem with the horn. It will suddenly start to blow and will not stop. I removed the steering wheel and replaced the horn clock-spring assembly with a new assembly. Re-assembled the steering wheel and the horn started to blow again. I reoved the new part and replaced it with the old part. The horn stopped...was able to drive the car for a week then all of a sudden it bagan again. I'm stumped.

Unrealted to the horn problem is Crusie Control doesn't work in either of my 98 Jetta's. Whats gives!!!

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Is it your alarm going off?
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Is it your alarm going off?

No, it's not the alarm. It's the horn sounding continuosly as though you held your hand on the button. I had to pull the fuse so i can use the car.

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the only thing i can think of is its a short in the alarm... from what i can remember the alarm and cruise modules are attached to each other... maybe one or both of them are causing a short?


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