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Horn stopped working about two weeks ago. I'm up

Horn stopped working about two weeks ago. I'm up for an inspection sticker. Looking for help.

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Mine did this and i noticed sometimes would work then not more i payed attention horn only worked in straight a head position (steering wheel) when i turned it quit does your do this?
If so remove the cavers that are behind the steering wheel and the trim for guages and radio (this one first steering covers next or youll break'em - i did) carefuly remove turn signal switch and very very carefully dissamble there is a littl brush that has a spring behind it (brush is round) it touches a rind on the steering column that allows the horn to sound. I streched the spring a little ot push the brush out farther ofr better contact.

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