Horn wont stop honking

Asked by Jan 13, 2018 at 06:25 PM about the Jeep Patriot

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My horn started honking randomly yesterday. I disconnected the battery so it
wouldn't drive me and my neighbors crazy. Took battery in it was fine, hooked it
back up and the horn would not stop. Unhooked battery again. I know there is
no fuse for the 2009 patriot, but where might the relay be so I can unhook it to
at least get it to a shop with out honking all the way there.

4 Answers

My girlfriends just started the same did you figure it out

No still working on it. battery is fine. replacing batteries in key fab and going from there. will be unhooking horn as soon as I figure out how.

My car did the same 2 years ago. Bought a new battery it stopped. Started doing it again 2 months ago. Bought a new battery it stopped. As of last night it is doing it again. Car has been in the shop for a week once before to find the fault. It didn't honk once. I am at my wits end.

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A mechanic mention that it was tied into the airbags. I had to disconnect mine. I have a 2010 Patriot.

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