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Old 04-04-2014
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Icon5 My horn only works when my truck is off any ideas as to why?

When I got my truck I just assumed the horn was bad so I was planning on replacing it. But the other day I was getting out of my truck and hit the horn and there it was. If anyone has had a similar issue I would be grateful for your input. I haven't done any trouble shooting yet and was hoping to get some advice on where to start. Thanks.

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