When I got my car one of the horns sounds like a muffled cow dying on the
driveway. I've had good luck spraying electric motor cleaner inside. Take
it off the car and spray right into the mouth of it. Swish it around plenty
and pour it out and let it dry. Use a couple of 2 foot (14 gauge or so)
wires and connect direct to the battery. Mine is fine now.
Some auto shops carry this cleaner now.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Perry <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, July 30, 1999 4:16 AM
Subject: Horn Question
> OK, I've got two horns (which seems to be standard), and only the first is
> working. No problem here...if I can't replace a horn, I probably
> own the car. My question is, since I've never heard the system working
> properly, is there a tonal difference in the two? Do I need to properly
> identify which horn I am replacing in order to rectify this? Curiosity as
> much as anything else....and deciding where to place this on my to-do
> list....somewhere behind "leaks at every conceivable point!
> 72 Spitfire...great shape if you discount the fact that it leaks more than
> my four month old daughter!