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Old 03-08-2010, 03:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone here have a Grant steering wheel that can tell me how the heck to get the horn button off? I've tried prying with a screwdriver, but not too hard in case that's not the right way. I've tried twisting it as well, which is something I read somewhere online. It's the only thing keeping me from passing inspection is to get that off and fix the horn button. (I installed the wheel, and I know it's the horn switch that's the problem because I know I did it wrong). And by the way, installing the button was just a matter of snapping it into place so I thought the reversal would be as simple as prying it off.
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Disregard that question. I finally found removal instructions online and I wasn't prying hard enough. I have it off now.
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I know it's too late now (you already have it off), but one trick I learned early was to disconnect the horn up front before messing with the button. The neighbors will appreciate it. Also, sparks make me jumpy.
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Sparks make me jumpy, too. For that reason I hate reconnecting the battery post! LOL Hell I don't even like doing jumpstarts.
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take that lil horn off and put an air horn on! I garantee youll have fun with that. Plus if you dont like your neighbors much, pull the cord and watch them jump
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