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I've replaced my horn with ONE finger. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif

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66 coupe 302
66 fastback 351W
 

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My 65 does not contain any relays. The horn switch on the steering column is hot, and 'switched 12 VDC' runs out to both horns. The case of the horn provides the ground path. If you look at your steering column with the wheel off, there are two 'brushes' or spring loaded buttons that ride on the back of the horn. One of these should be hot all the time the other should go to the horns up front.

Good luck...



Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat
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Did you paint any thing? The horn making contact with the chasis completes the circuit or the ground. If all painted you could have lost the ground.

1966 Red Conv (200)
1966 White Pony Int.(289)A Code
1966 Coupe (289) C Code
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No fuses or relays on a '65 but the '64.5s had a horn relay.

They also had different style horns which were mounted on the strut rod braces inside the engine bay.

Regards,

Dean T

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