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  • ads5 Mar 11, 2009

    can I get a horn button and run the wire from the button straight to the post were wires connect at, inside the steiring wheel.

  • DanyielAI May 11, 2010

    Find the horn under the hood and see if the wire to it is in good condition,and it has a good ground. It looks kind of like a sea shell. Make sure the opening is clear. These things are usually cheap. It could also be the horn button in the cab. Some time they corode up and only need a good cleaning. You could always get a cheap horn button at the parts store and wire up a cheap circuit. It's not too hard there is instructioans all over the internet. Hope this helped.

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