Have someone hold the horn button down while you move the tuning screw
on the non-functioning horn in both directions for up to a full turn in
either direction until it works. Road grime and water, plus age make the
diaphragm brittle and a little movement under power of the tuning screw
can break this loose. Hope this works/helps! Ummm?? Tuning scew is on
the top side of the mounted horn.
A horn is a horn is a horn Mr Hubbard! The Mercedes I drive has
virtually the same horn...And Chrysler motors is owned by Diamler/Benz..
By the way you are off topic here as you are in all the other NG's that
you post to.
Dodge Bros did use a star of david from 1914 to 1928.
As for the hord - is it a single, or dual horn setup. Many "low end"
vehicles get single (treble) horn, and dual horns are part of an
upgrade option package. If it just goes "meep meep" it's likely a
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