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Has anybody ever tried putting a horn switch in the Journey to fix the random honking?

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Wouldn’t want to try and find it if I need the horn....

 

gotta be a way to track it down..  unless it’s some kinda fancy factory option

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it has something to do with heat, or atleast for me. did it last summer and i pulled the fuses. put them back in winter and it never honked. a week ago it got up to 80 degrees and it started doing it again...

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Well, we have a customer with a 2010 Journey and that is what we are trying, or at least tried. We put a clock spring in it and that didn't work, so now we moved on to the switch. 

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My 2010 Dodge Journey just started honking randomly, It has been over 100 degrees where I live.  What kind of switch are you talking about?  I've had the horn taken off right now but don't want to leave it off.

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putting in a separate horn button isn't hard did it for my daughters right hand drive conversion on her old jeep, they have a small wiring kit and button just make sure you use a inline fuse on the wiring . check with any parts store or amazon i would expect to have one...

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