Question about 2006 Ford F-150
Need spcs/diagram to rewire my horn in a 2006 Ford F350
It may not need rewiring- check the body of the horm to see if there is a screw in an odd place with a nut to keep it from loosening.
I just had to adjust one; they are a kind of relay and when current flows through the coil inside, the diaphragm is pulled back. This also interrupts the flow of current supplying the coil through contacts. The screw is used to set that delicate point between no contact and permanent contact. The screw is actually chassis ground.
The adjustment of these is fussy but you can probably make it honk at ya again.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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