[Spridgets] Horn wiring
dlh2001 at comcast.net
Sun Aug 8 19:15:41 MDT 2010
If it's the Bugeye stock horn then the problem is usually up at the horn
switch/brush/ring on the steering wheel. It's easy to get a short up there,
thus causing the horn to go into the on condition.
Disconnect the horn and re-test on the bench and make sure it's OK.
If not then you need to re-adjust the points in the horn.
Then go troubleshoot the horn button/brush/wiper etc... up at the wheel.
Usually the brass wiper on the plinth shorts to the inside of the wheel.
From: spridgets-bounces at autox.team.net
[mailto:spridgets-bounces at autox.team.net] On Behalf Of Phil Nase
Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2010 8:50 PM
To: net Spridgets at autox. team. Net
Subject: [Spridgets] Horn wiring
I'm having bad luck with wiring a horn. The horn has the 4 spade connectors
two separate points on the horn. Before mounting it I tested it and it
After mounting I again used one wire to each of two separate " V "
connections. I reconnected the battery and the horn sounded without using
switch then would not work again. Am I screwing this up?
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