Saturn SC2 owners have reported 9 problems related to horn assembly (under the electrical system category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
Horn started blowing all by itself, I could not get it to stop , then an electrical smell (burning) . My husband disconnected the horn fuse and battery , inspection of fuse showed it had blown . After waiting a few minutes we reconnected the battery all ok, except horn does not work now. This is the second such incident with horn, dealer repaired last time 2-20-2010.
See all problems of the 1996 Saturn SC2 .
I parked my 1996 Saturn Sc2 along a street and went into work. When I was headed out to my car a few hours later, I heard a car horn that sounded like it was about to fail. I soon realized that it was my car's horn that was sounding. I entered the vehicle and tried to quiet the horn by pressing the horn buttons. Nothing happened. I opened the hood on the car to see if there was anything I could do to stop the horn from sounding. Although the horn was very weak by now, it was still sounding. I dropped the hood closed, and the horn stopped. When I got back into the car, I found out that the horn now would not operate. I later checked the fuse for the horn and discovered that it had blown. I tried to replace the fuse, but each time I put a replacement fuse in the slot for the horn, it immediately was blown. I researched the situation on the internet and found the reference to the recall for the horn assembly on the 1996 and 1997 Saturns. To me, the circumstances stated on the recall are identical, except for the fact that I returned to my car before it caught fire. Several people who were working on a house nearby my car said the horn had been sounding for some time, even though I had not used it that morning. Currently, my vehicle will not pass inspection for pennsylvania because of the faulty horn assembly.
While driving vehicle under moist conditions horn will suddenly go off, and consumer has to disconnect battery in order to stop horn from operating. Consumer stated that it was showing symptoms of recall 98v307000, however manufacturer informed consumer that this vehicle was not included in recall. Please provide any additional information/attachments.
While driving horn activated on it own for long time. Then, when stopping horn was not working, and had to be fixed.
1998 Saturn Sc2- cam cover leak- 12/13/02 same cam cover leak 10/26/04 paid for it twice. . . $98. 86 and 76. 98. Electrical nightmare- electric window failed- sun roof motor failed- wants $925. 00 to fix- horn had internal short 10/26/04 $112. 11, weatherstripping replace on drivers door 5/7/01, belt tensioner replace 12/13/02, idler pulley replaced 10/26/04. Exhaust replaced 5/08/00 & 8/01/00 & 12/13/02.
See all problems of the 1998 Saturn SC2 .
Horn buttons sunk inside of the steering wheel, consumer cannot use horn. Dealer says nothing can be done.
Because of the small size and recess nature of the horn buttons, the driver must look down and find the button prior to honking the horn. Driver almost had an accident.
See all problems of the 1997 Saturn SC2 .
While traveling noticed another vehicle about to hit consumer's vehicle. Consumer could not locate horn buttons because they were to small on sterring wheel as aresult, vehicle was in an accident . Please provide further information.
See all problems of the 1999 Saturn SC2 .
Design of small horn button is hard to locate when needed. Nlm.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Horn Assembly problems||
|Electrical System problems||
|Ignition Switch problems||
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||
|Battery Dead problems||
|Crankshaft Position Sensor problems||
|Underhood Wiring problems||