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The horn in my '70 Vert suddenly decided to start blowing on it's own..it was just sitting there under a car cover and BEEEEEEEP...glad I was home and not away for a few weeks...*LOL*..I just disconnected the horns..but what in the heck would cause that?..

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Teebone,

I had the same problem with my coupe. Turned out that the steering wheel was cracked in a couple of spots, and the sliprings for the horn got so distorted from the cracked wheel that one of them shorted out both contacts for the horn, and viola!

If your car has a rim-blow wheel, the situation is different.
Maybe it is because it overheard that Midlife scored! hehehe


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It's calling for you to drive it..........
My friends '68 Bronco does that when there is a lot of moisture in the air, or if it's raining but we don't know what causes it yet.

John
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Maybe some good looking beach-babes walked by...

69 Sportsroof, 351C, 4spd toploader, Restomod BOSS 429 clone - the one and only (?) 1969 BOSS 351

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It's when they miss you.

They'll do that you know.

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Your 'Stang could suddenly burst into flames.

Sorry for the morbid thought but some '80's Fords (or was it early '90's?) had that problem - turned out to be faulty ignition switches. I think Ford did a recall.

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Dean T

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You need me to check your shorts?

I think it is telling you that it doesn't want to move to CA...it likes the snowy weather.

http://clubs.hemmings.com/baymustang/platesmall.jpgLet me check your shorts! My multimeter is just a-waiting! Formerly known as Midlife in the old VMF.
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