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Need help with horn/bushings issue

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Hey, so im still a relatively new member hear and looking to contribute within the next month hopefully once i get my car finally registered and everything.I bought a 99 porsche boxster a few months ago and have fixed majority of the car problems by myself and looking to replace the fuel filter before christmas.

Now for my problem at hand so i can finally get it registered and tagged. When i was home for thanksgiving working on it i started going through fuses to fix several problems and found that the horn fuse was missing. So i put it in and the horn started going off like crazy so i removed the fuse again. I researched it and i believe its the bushings in the steering wheel and i have found many topics related to it but have not found any that cover how to diy fix the bushings. All the forums i find with links on how to fix it are closed links.

If someone could help it would be greatly appreciated. Cause ive been having to walk to work and get rides for the past month untill i can get this car registered :/

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okay one last question and i dont know exactly since i wont be back in town for another week and will only ahve about a week to fix it. If there is a possibility that there is not an airbag in the steering wheel, would the horn still be able to be used? or does it need an airbag. and if so where would i be able to get a replacement on short notice( keep in mind i do not believe there are any porsches in the el paso junkyards or such) thanks for any help :)

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