Try to look at the other "end" of the electrical circuit.
I.E. in the neighbourhood of the boss and relative contacts.
(depends of year of make - some B's had the horn on the end of the indicator
Just recently Paul Hunt gave his best shot on this subject for another
----- Original Message -----
From: "dave houser" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 10:15 PM
Subject: "Chirping" horns
> Horn worked, now "chirps". Where to check? 4 years since complete
> restoration. Used copper dielectric grease to avoid wiring probs.? Took
> wires off horns, made sure clean metal connection...checked fuse, ok...
> put star washers where horn brakets come through fenders to attach horns
> to improve ground...Where else to look? Anybody have this prob? Where can
> you find a picture of the horn diassembled. Can't find it it any of the
> factory manuals.
> Dave Houser