I have a 2001 Buick Park Avenue w/ 120K miles.
It has an intermittent problem with the horn. Every once in a while, the horn will sound by itself. There seems to be no consistency on temperature, steering wheel position, etc. It has happened going straight, making slight turns, in the summer, in the winter. It can happen twice in a two-week period of time and then not happen for a year. When the horn honks, it is a 1-second blast of the horn. No more, no less. For now, I've pulled the fuse to prevent the unwanted honking, as I've gotten angry looks from other drivers when the car honks while we're sitting at a traffic light. I'd like to get the problem fixed however. I don't know if it is in the steering column or?
I also have had the driver's side seat heater stop working. When turned on, the
Friday, November 9th, 2018 AT 7:54 AM