Re: [DML] Horn Button Popped Off
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Re: [DML] Horn Button Popped Off



Shannon,

I've got mine apart and noted that besides the spring
inside and the cone with a copper ring in the knob,
there are no other parts.  But, you need to check the
knob real close.  It is held to the stalk portion by a
ridge in the plastic that goes completely around the
inner part of the knob.  This ridge is only about the
size of a piece of small safety wire.  If the ridge is
there on yours and undamaged, then check the stalk
portion that it fits into.  I'm almost certain you'll
find a crack in this part and it is not allowing the
ridge on the knob to engage properly and securely. 
Let me know if this helps.

Mike 



--- birdwell77095 <birdwells@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> While reaching under the dash to release the hood
> latch I accidently 
> hit the horn button and knocked off the cap at the
> end of the turn 
> signal arm. I have a spring and cap but when I put
> the sping back on 
> and push the cap back on, the cap barely stays
> connected to the arm. 
> 




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