Well, I couldn't think of a better section to post this in so, I hope this is correct. Somehow, there is a nickel (a 5 cent coin)... stuck inside my 1996 Toyota Rav4's steering wheel. I don't know how it got there, I'm guessing my brother might of dropped it in or, maybe it's been there for a while and it's just come loose now. I looked in the bottom of the wheel and saw a small metal circular object. I wish I knew how to get it out. The bad thing is every once and a while when I turn the horn will start blasting, as if I was laying on the horn. I guess the nickel is completing a circuit or something. My friend was about to rip off the top of the steering wheel and fish it out but, of course we don't want to break anything. Before I have my parents look at it, and possibly go to a place to get it fixed I wanted to know if anyone else had any similar problems, or if anyone knew a simple way to fix this. This certainly sounds like a stupid question but, I don't like the random honking that can potentiallypotentionally push an angry driver too far. Any advise?...Looking up "nickel in steering wheel" in the car's manual didn't seem to help ... Thanks!