horn works with remote but not from sterring wheel

my horn will work with my remote but wont blow from the sterring wheel

Blower motor went out on my 09 Sebring. I replaced motor and new motor ran fine. Problem now is that motor runs but very little bit of the AC is coming out the vents. I changed my cabin air filter and that helped a little but problem still persists. Air selector switch will move the air from defrost to vents and floor like normal, but still no strong air.

Blower motor runs as it should and I can feel my dash is cold from the AC air running behind it but can't get it to come out my vents. I did notice when looking up under my dash a panel that brings outside air in (white in color) is open while the fan is running and will close when I turn the fan off. Unsure of how to proceed, old blower motor didn't have this issue, only when I replaced the dead motor with a new one.

My ac compressor on my 2009 Sebring still is on even when the ac is turned off. It has 129,000 miles

I've already put in 2 new batteries along with a alternator. 1st time car would start with a jump buto eventually stopped doing that so I put in a new battery n alternator. IMMEDIATELY AFTER new bat. n alt. gets put in the battery light comes on 3 months later it stopped working again. Put in a new battery 3 days ago battery light came back on. ..

The DVD player works fine. All the radio whether FM or AM are static.

It rain two days ago abs light came on won't go off no problem with brakes

Check engine light is on and only blows hot air through the a/c.

The trunk was working correctly one morning. 30 minutes later it wouldn't open. I crawled in it. The latch works but the trunk still doesn't open. It doesn't work with the remote or the dash button. The latch mechanisim works when you press the button or use the remote and you can see it move if you crawl in the trunk, but it still doesn't open.

the abs and brake light will come on and the speedometer needle will bounce around and the brakes will feel like they engage. all happens in less than a second.