RE: [DML] Picture/Dwg of dash side of horn switch cluster needed
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RE: [DML] Picture/Dwg of dash side of horn switch cluster needed



Nick,

You are correct in assuming the wires do not have
connectors on them, but after going into the back of
the combo switch, they continue all the way up the
stalk and are fastened to two copper connectors that
pertrude from the end of the stalk.  The only way to
repair it is to remove the stalk from the combo switch
and to do that you have to dismantle everything.  

Your wire probably broke at the bottom of the stalk
and even with a micro soldering iron, there is no room
to work from the backside of the switch.  If you want
your original stalk to work, then you'll have to just
bite the bullet and remove the steering wheel, then
the combo switch, and then dismantle the turn, dip and
horn switch.

I've done about 10 of these and there is no easy
solution.  Again, be very careful of the spring loaded
parts if you attempt this repair.  They will fly out
at the least little bump.

Mike 


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