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66ford:
Its' been years since I took my woodgrain steering wheel apart. Now I can't figure out how the horn rings are replaced. Any buddy have an exploded diagram or better yet a picture of your parted out :-[ steering wheel? If you happen to have any pictures I'd love to see them kevinppierce@bellsouth.net

Topless_Horse:
Google is your friend  ;D

This is a good article (http://www.mustangmonthly.com/projectbuild/5661_1966_ford_mustang_steering_wheel/index.html) and here's a good diagram (http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/attachments/classic-talk/85491d1260574424-how-install-wooden-steering-wheel-1966-mustang-steering-wheel-break-down-sheet.jpg)

66GTKFB:
When you assembly the horn ring, do it on a bench with an ohm meter handy. The setup is tricky and you need to verity that the horn contacts are not permantly closed or will work when any of the three arms are pressed. Spring, screw and plastic pieces are available in kit for at National Parts Depot (and others) 13A891-2K - $19.95.
Jim

Soaring:
There's nothing like a horn that constantly honks.   ;D

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