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Okay, I don't know who designed the horn ring in 68, but it's not funny. How do you get the ding-dong thing off there? The screws mount from the backside, and there's only about 1/4-1/2 inch clearance. I tried an offset screwdriver, and one with a pivoting ratchet, and neither one will fit. Why would you have the screws inserting from the firewall side?
TIA,

James

1965 convertible "White Pony", my own lesson in mechanical humility
1968 coupe "Jedstang" for the soon to be 16 y/o boy
 
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I'm at work and doing this from memory, but I thought (once the trim pads are off) you pressed the horn assembly down and turned counter clock-wise 1/4 turn. Then the horn assembly pops out and you can access any screws needed
 

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I seem to remember it being just as rsrace described. Good luck!

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You will feel foolish...push in, rotate left.

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Okay, it's official. I'm an idiot. The worst part is, I've done this many times with my 65 horn ring. I don't know why I thought this one was different. I guess it just looked different.
Thanks, guys.
Feeling pretty foolish,

James

1965 convertible "White Pony", my own lesson in mechanical humility
1968 coupe "Jedstang" for the soon to be 16 y/o boy
 
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