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1953 Chevy Sedan Horn Button #232162
01/26/12 03:05 AM
01/26/12 03:05 AM
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Huntsville, Alabama
Love_50_Delivery Offline OP
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Huntsville, Alabama
I have a new horn button, but I dont see how it attaches. The button fits fine, but it just too loose. What holds it to the horn ring?

Please help...

The Filling Station 1949-54
Re: 1953 Chevy Sedan Horn Button [Re: Love_50_Delivery] #232165
01/26/12 03:52 AM
01/26/12 03:52 AM
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West Allis,Wi.
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There is a metal spring wire that slips onto the horn button then slips into the steering wheel.


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