I have a '79 Deville, and a few weeks ago my horn started going off when I'd use my blinker. I started using hand signals, but today my horn started blaring when I'd turn right, and when I got home the damn thing wouldn't shut off. I finally got it to be quiet, but I'd like to figure out how to disconnect the horn before I go to work tomorrow. Problem is, the service manual I have is for a '77 Eldorado, and while similar, they're not identical.
On a scale of 1 to 10, my car literacy is like, a 2. I know how to add oil and rotate tires. That's the extent of my car knowledge. Could anyone give me (hopefully simple) instructions on how to disconnect the horn? I opened the hood to look for the horn, but I don't know the difference in appearance between the horn, alternator, distributor or anything else, so I didn't wanna just start unpluggin stuff. I also checked for the fuse box (I looked under the steering wheel in the cabin) but didn't find anything like I'm used to seeing on newer cars.
Any help at all would be PHENOMENAL. Thanks guys.