2004 chevy classic/malibu

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Old 12-28-11, 11:02 AM
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2004 chevy classic/malibu

I HAVE A 2004 CHEVY CLASSIC(NO REMOTE ALARM-JUST BASIC METAL KEY) LAST NIGHT THE HORN STARTED BLARING UNCONTROLLABLY WHETHER THE CAR WAS ON OR OFF...I DISCONNECTED THE BATTERY OVERNITE,WHEN I I RECONNECTED THE BATTERY THE HORN WAS STILL BLARING.I DROVE IT FOR A BLOCK OR TWO AND THE HORN NEVER STOPPED. I DISCOVERED THAT THE AUTOMATIC LOCK BUTTON :ON THE DRIVERS SIDE DOOR IS A LITTLE LOOSE, COULD THIS BE THE PROBLEM? AND HOW CAN I REMEDY THIS?PLEASE HELP!
 
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Old 12-28-11, 01:18 PM
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When all the doors are closed is there any 'door adjar' lamp showing on the dash? If so you could also have a faulty door adjar switch/lock assy. In the meantime I believe that if you manually lock all four doors, either using the door lock buttons or key and avoid using the FOB or electric switches the alarm may not be armed. Is there any light coming on in regards to any door, hood etc. being adjar?
 
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Old 12-28-11, 05:33 PM
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1. pull out horn fuse? not a bad idea for quick fix, he-he
2. undo CAPS button on keyboard?
 
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