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Brought to local tech school and this is what they said.....
body control module controls horns, fuse is good, horns blow when power is applied to them, faulty body control module/internal relay possible.

Anyone know if this is an easy repair or not? Expensive? Tech school says they cannot fix it.
 

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Brought to local tech school and this is what they said.....
body control module controls horns, fuse is good, horns blow when power is applied to them, faulty body control module/internal relay possible.

Anyone know if this is an easy repair or not? Expensive? Tech school says they cannot fix it.
I had the same problem with my 2000 tundra. The problem for me was the contact behind the air bag had some rust on it. Cleaned it up with some sandpaper and dielectric grease and been working great for over a year. Took me maybe a half hour tops. Let me know if that fixes your problem
 

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Behind the clock spring. Almost like an older truck without an airbag. I'll be pulling my truck in the shop tomorrow. I'll pop the bag out and snap some pictures for you
 
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