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Horn and left front parking light stay on?

Finished a full resto on my '69 Z and trailered it to a mechanic to fire it up. They connected the battery and the left front parking light and horn stay on?Everything worked perfectly before I took it to them. Wondering if something happened in the steering wheel or maybe a short in the horn relay. I find it strange that is the only light that is stuck on. Any one have any ideas before I go searching. Thanks!
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Re: Horn and left front parking light stay on?

Horn relay uses a ground to trigger the relay and then power out the green lead. Disconnect the horn trigger - black. If horn goes off then start at the horn button and test for continuity, then down to the "harmonica" on the steering column on to the rag joint.

Parking light or maybe dead flasher or turn. Check grounds first.


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