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My toyota hooter is not making contacts on the steering wheel


If you have airbags your spirel on your steering can be broken. It has a roled up flex pc inside that let the current flow from the hooter cover to the steering colum. On the older models they used a hooter pin that get worn and needs replacement.

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My ford bantam 2005 1.3 is making a hooter noise while driving


sounds like a joke post but I will humor you.
Unplug the Hooter (must be a South African) and see if the noise stops. Also check that the bolt holding it on is not coming loose. Some horns (hooter) make that sound if they vibrate.

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I need a diagram for a 2001 VW Cabrio relay. I thought number 6 was for the blinkers/hazards but it's not and its empty. 413 is in there and blinkers and hazards just stopped one day. I don't know if I...


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a great vw resource site
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Relays:
Num.Relay Arrangement and Pinout (with control number stamped on relay)
1A/C Relay (13 or 140)
1A/C Switch
2Radiator Cooling Fan
3Fan Switch High Speed
4Battery, Fuse 23
5A/C Clutch (via pressure and temperature switches)
6Main Fusebox Battery Power, Fuse 19
7Main Fusebox Ground
8Fresh Air Fan
2Rear Wiper Relay (72)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Main Fusebox Run Power, Fuse 4
3Rear Wiper Motor
4Wipe/Wash Signal from Switch
3Digifant Control Unit (30 or 32), Motronic OBD1 Control Unit (109)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Tachometer
3Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
4Main Fusebox Battery Power
5To ECU (relay ) (1990 G60, ABA/VR6 OBD1 only)
6To ECU and Engine Electronics
4Load Reduction Relay (18)
1From Ignition Switch Run Power
2To Main Fuse Box Run Power
3Main Fusebox Battery Power
4Main Fusebox Ground
5Low Coolant Level Control Unit (43)
1Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
2Low Coolant Level Sensor
3Coolant Temperature Sensor, Gauge
4Main Fusebox Ground
6Flashers (21)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Flasher Output
3Flasher Input/Power
4X/6 (Trailer Light)
7Headlight Washer (33)
1Main Fusebox Ground (B/4 to C/3 to Ground)
2Headlight Washer Pump
3Headlight Switch Pin 56 (headlights) (B3 to D4 to light power)
4Main Fusebox Battery Power (B/5 to Y/2)
5Windshield Washer Pump (B/1 to B/2 to washer pump power)
8Wash/Wipe/Intermittent Relay (19 for standard relay, 99 for variable intermittent module)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Intermittent Switch
3Main Fusebox Run Power, Fuse 5
4Park/Low Signal (ground when parked, positive when on low speed)
5Wiper Motor Low Speed Output
6Wash Switch (positive for front wash)
9Seat Belt Warning Control Unit (4 or 29)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Seat Belt Switch
3Door Switch
4Seatbelt Light
5"Key In" Power from Ignition Switch
6Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
7Automatic Shoulder Belt Controller
9Radio/Lights Buzzer (36)
1Main Fusebox Ground (not used)
2A1/4 (Left Parking Lights)
3Vehicle Speed Sensor
4Seatbelt Light (not used)
5"Key In" Power from Ignition Switch
6Main Fusebox Start/Run Power (not used)
7A2/2 (Right Parking Lights)
10Fog Light Relay (110 for fog lights with low beam headlights only, 53 for parking light/high beam fog lights)
1Parking Light Power
2Headlight Switch Headlight Power (Low/High)
3Fog Light Switch Power, Fuse 10
4Main Fusebox Battery Power
5Main Fusebox Ground
6Low Beam Headlight Power
11Horn (53)
1Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
2To Horns
3Main Fusebox Ground
4From Horn Button
12Fuel Pump Relay (80, 67 or 167)
1Main Fusebox Starter Power (not used)
2Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
3To ECU (Fuel Pump )
4To Fuse 18, Fuel Pump, Oxygen Sensor Heater
5G2/6 (not used)
6Main Fusebox Battery Power From 30B
7G2/7, T1 (not used)
8Main Fusebox Ground (not used)
9M/4, U1/8, G2/5 (not used)
12Glow Plug Relay (102 or 104)
1Main Fusebox Starter Power
2Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
3Engine Temp Sender (preheat)
4Glow Plugs (Z1)To Fuse 18 (not used)
5G2/6 (not used)
6Main Fusebox Battery Power From 30B
7G2/7, T1 (not used)
8Main Fusebox Ground
9Water Separator, Glow Plug Light

remember to check out the website below for more help
http://www.xjamiex.com/mk2resource/electrical/CE2.html

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FIX BMW X5 HOOTER SENSITIVE WHEN GOING OVER BUMPS OR BRAKE


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Hi
Sounds like the earth disc under the steering wheel but dont damage the s/wheel when removing and make sure its straight before removing and the same when refitting.

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I have a 1985 chiesel toyota corolla. the hooter and interior clock (time) stopped working at the same time. I cant find the fuse for the hooter. Can anyone assist me. thank you


Hi The hooter , if it is at the front radiator area , may have a bad earth contact .Locate the hooter follow the feed back to the entrance to the cab , I think from memory that there is an inline fuse holder . . may be of a strange square construction with a blade fuse . Use a multi meter reader when checking circuitry . ******* are always subject to the elements and poor earthing . I believe the clock and the hooter share the same multiblock connector under the dash and close to the steering tube .

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I need an exploded view picture of a VW Golg MK1 steering wheel. Especially the wiring of the hooter.


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How to fix my hooter on mercedes c200


HORN?...FUSE, RELAY, BREAKER,WIRING,GROUND....OR YOU NEED A NEW HORN!!!!
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Need a fusebox diagram for a peugeot expert 2008 model


Sorry I can't provide the diagram you seek.

Aftermarket repair manuals usually include a generic diagram but there are often regional variations to this so the only reliable source is the vehicle's own handbook.

Sometimes there is a diagram on the inside of the fusebox cover with universal symbols acting as a guide to the function of each fuse and relay.

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Fuses for windows pawer


What do you need to know about the fuses - Where they are in the fusebox, where the fusebox is located, or maybe the right amperage rating? Post a reply/comment here and I can help you.

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