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36 chevy coupe steering horn assembly

terry stone

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  • 2 weeks later...

If it's like my '36 Pontiac, there is a metal shielded wire that runs the length of the steering column, with a button on the upper end and a GM connector on the lower end. These typically wear where the cable exits the steering column, short out, and cause the horn to blow at inopportune times. You can get a new wire from Rhode Island Wiring Supply. Send it you old one and they will attach the connectors for you. Just retake off the horn button, disconnect the lower end, and pull the wire out.


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