Hans, you hit it on the head! Looking at the other end prior to your
email, solved the problem. apparently, the nut holding the steering
wheel on(a "Personal" wheel that was on my 67 BGT Special Edition was a
bit loose and prevented a good ground, hence the "chirping" sound. Found
that as I try to beep the horn holding the wheel from outside the car I
accidentally leaned on the wheel to the side, hit the horn button and it
worked. Released the wheel, chirping only. so I pried off the center
boss and tightened up a slight bit and, voila, a working horn again.
Thanks to you all,
Hans Duinhoven wrote:
> 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 stalk.)
> Just recently Paul Hunt gave his best shot on this subject for another
> See archives.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "dave houser"
> To: <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