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Horn doesn't work

(2006 Chrysler Sebring)
in Kingman, AZ on August 08, 2010
the horn on my vehicle will not honk when i apply pressure to the horn pad. the horn does sound off when i hit the panic button on my remote though. i don't understand why the horn would just not work, it might be an electrical problem perhaps? maybe a short somewhere? if anyone knows anything about this please give me some advice on how i can fix this problem. thank you.
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on August 10, 2010
You may have a defective "clockspring" which conducts electrical inputs from the steering wheel controls to the appropriate module or accessory or the Horn Switch it's self is defective and must be replaced
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