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Old 02-16-2009, 12:13 AM
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Help me wire my horn on my 54 chevy!

I used the ez wiring kit to re wire my ride. I bought an after market 1949-50 butterfly wheel. Now I need a way to wire the horn button on the wheel. I took of the original hub Assembly. from the column. So if any one has an idea feel free to help me out. if you have pictures or drawing that will help me too. I need a way to make the horn button work, thank you.

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Horny 54 Chevy

Can"t be that difficult, got any pics.. Should be 1 wire, ground.. Any pics.327/350hp
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This is not exactly your truck but the same wiring. You supply constant hot to the relay, both the coil and one side of the contacts, then the other side of the coil grounds through the steering column when you press the horn button. The other side of the relay contacts feed the horn itself.
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