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Icon7 Only one horn button works..anybody else have this problem ?

I bought an '03 used.It probably had been in an accident,you can see some overspray.I picked her up for $3500 cash-no leaks underneath and runs very strong!

I think the bodyshop who did the work,did a slipshod job 'cause I had to get the doors readjusted.Now she doesn't rattle anymore.

Maybe they kinked the clock spring going back together with a new airbag pack ???

It has 4 horn buttons on the horn pad and only the lower right one works.

Any help on this problem would help.Reasearched it a little,but not too much intel was available.
Thanks !!!
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