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Horn button assembly

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mr_clean, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. mr_clean

    mr_clean 1/2 ton status

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    Ok, it's frusterating me that I can rebuild my engine, but can't get my horn back together (well it's been 3 years since it was removed...)

    The parts I have left are:

    1. a thin plastic ring that fits right down into the steering wheel.
    2. a thin metal disc with 3 slots and 3 holes around the edge
    3. a metal cup that the horn button snaps into
    4. a plastic insulator ring with 3 screws

    This is all for a 73 tilt wheel automatic column...

    Does anyone know how all this fits together into the steering wheel?

    It seems to me I am missing something, like a spring or something, but this is all I have from the bag of horn goodies I removed 3 years ago...

    I've already consulted the Haynes, Chiltons, and factory service manual, and none of them have an exploded view of the horn assy...

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Scott
     
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    ttt

    anyone in the afternoon crowd?
     
  3. mr_clean

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    nevermind all, I figured it out... Just needed to apply beer...:doah:
     

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