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Now that I have my steering wheel center cover back on.....is there some sort of test I can do to see If I have the right wires in there respective places to see If my horns are going to work.As of right now I don't have the horns mounted and my key buzzer doesn't make any noise :confused: .Thanks
 

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test bulb from either horn connector to ground. Push horn button and light should come on.
 

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The connecter on the relay itself?
 

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why doesn't your key buzzer work? Might want to make sure that the relay is good. My horn didn't work and i though it was something in the coulmn/steering wheel pad. turns out it was a bad relay. $9 part, now i can warn all those crazy divers not to back into my '68
 

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The relay is new,any other reason why this might not be working.Could the ignition switch be the culprit?I switcded the wires on the relay a few weeks back,and I could hear a very slight noise coming from the relay If I moved the key around in the ignition.
 

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There's a small black wire that ties to the horn relay. The wire runs up to the horn button. If you ground the relay, on the terminal where this wire goes to, the relay should close and "click".
 
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