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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    99 boxster, 2008 taurus, 2008 taurus x
  • Former cars
    grey market 84 bmw 735i
  1. Separate horns. The alarm horn is next to the battery and the car horns are behind the (right) front bumper. Thanks. But is my lack of a functioning horn indicative of the bushing failure? I can't make the horn beep - it just does sitting in the garage.
  2. I noticed the horn on my '99 Boxster wasn't working. Fuse okay, relay clicking. Worked the airbag pad a bit but not a peep. Read a few forums and concluded I needed to check my horns. On a whim, I left the center console open and cycled the locks. It chirped. So I think the horn works - unless there is a separate alarm. Later that day the horn (alarm?) starts blaring. Yanking at the steering wheel cover stops it. Each time I go up inside to research it starts again. Finally I pulled the horn fuse. Haven't heard a peep out of its since. Is this a case of bad bushings or is it confounded by something else?
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