Re: Any luck repairing horns?

SteelToad /
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I've tried this a few times with old car horns..

Go to the pharmacy and get a bottle of 91% rubbing alchahol and just pour it on in

to the horn (which should be disconnected at this point). fill it about half way if it

holds fluid, and shake the hell out of it. Sometimes it's enough to wash off any

loose dust and grime without having to take it apart. Use the 91% because the

regular stuff has more water disolved into it, and putting water on metal or electrical

circuits is generally a bad idea.

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Subject Written By Posted
  Any luck repairing horns?Topic by: Scott Scott 07/24/01 12:40AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/24/01 11:13AM
  Got it!Re: Scott Scott 07/24/01 09:22PM
  Re: Got it!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:28AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: SteelToad SteelToad 07/24/01 11:58AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/24/01 01:25PM
  Re: Don't do it!! (Again)Re: Jim C. Jim C. 07/25/01 12:02AM
  Re: Don't do it!! (Again)Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:42AM
  Re: That's how we learnRe: Jim C. Jim C. 07/29/01 02:06AM

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