Horn woes (and fix...kinda)
About year ago I acquired 95 wagon, mostly in good shape. On list of things that were inop was horn. So the chase started...first in line was replacing the blown fuse, which promptly blew again. Ok, so we have a short. Disconnected the horns, put a new fuse - this one held. Ok, so we have a short in one of the horns. Put a test light on the horn circuit - it showed permanently closed. Sigh..that means the horn button in airbag module is fused. I already had one of the "Clown-horns" from Horrible Freight on hand, so I tossed that on - sure enough, it was constantly on, no matter how much I "massaged" the steering wheel to unstuck the horn ring. And you probably know by now that those pretty much unobtanium, with junkyard being the only source. I didnt liked the idea of replacing the old worn-out part with a part that is similarly worn. So now what. I was debating getting one of those external horn buttons, but I couldnt find anything that wouldnt be intrusive and well, ugly. So after brainstorming a bit I decided on adding this:
First step in anger managment is to get angry
1996 BRMW CE in green with woodwork AKA \"Christine\"
Swisscheesed airbox, hockey puck, sewer pipe, air pump delete,X-pipe & dynamax superturbos,BH tune.TRADED IN 2006.
95 White Wagon because Im a masochist and I didnt learn the lesson 1st time so I got another one. Dynamax superturbos (again) with x-pipe (again)