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    Well, this is a stupid question but I have to ask...my horn switch is bad inside my steering wheel. The shop manual says to remove two screws and remove the pad. There are not any screws holding the pad in my 1976 Cordoba. When I look behind there, all I see are two holes and white plastic. No threaded holes for screws of any kind. Now confused. Anyone?

  • #2
    Just pull it off if I follow you. The part underneath has screws in it.
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    bringin' em back ~ to the Dodge Mahal !!....

    Where old Magnums can find a home.. :angel:

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    • #3
      Mopar had many different horn blow/pad/ring/button configurations over the years......perhaps you need to post a picture of what you have, as there are different removal procedures for all of them!

      I KNOW, as I worked on them back then......and the worst was the "rim-blow" horn.....I once ruined three of them in one day, all NOS, just trying to install them!!!

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      • #4
        I haven't had a horn on my 76 for a couple of years. I guess I should repair it.

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