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  1. Electrical Questions and Answers
    I have a 57 BelAir with a stock column, wheel etc. and classic AWW wiring kit. I've replaced the horn mechanism, and bushing in the column too. I press the horn rim on the steering wheel the horn sounds and then stays on! If I then disconnect the battery power, it reset itself. When I...
  2. Electrical Questions and Answers
    Does anybody have a diagram or pic of how a 1956 150 horn mechanism is installed? I see pics of 210s and Belairs. Mine makes contact and sounds the horn when not pressed. FYI - I installed the spring grounding washer like an upside down saucer as directed in other threads. Thanks!
  3. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    Can anyone provide a reference for a 'how to' or 'go by' for assembling the horn components along with the steering wheel for a '56? I can't find very much in the Service Manual.. or from searching online.. or from searching here. I need a step by step (component by component) as I'm not...
  4. Classifieds Section - For Sale Items ONLY!
    Finally! Quality Restored Original 1955-1956 Chevy Horns! These are original 1955-1956 Chevy horns that have been fully restored to factory specifications. The horns have been unriveted, the diaphragms replaced with new ones, and then reriveted and painted to keep the original look. The...
  5. Classifieds Section - For Sale Items ONLY!
    Finally, someone did it! These are original 1955-1956 Chevy horns that have been fully restored to factory specifications. The horns have been unriveted, the diaphragms replaced with new ones, and then reriveted and painted to keep the original look. The 1955-1956 standout from the 1957 with...
  6. Classifieds Section - For Sale Items ONLY!
    Finally, someone did it! These are original 1955-1956 Chevy horns that have been fully restored to factory specifications. The horns have been unriveted, the diaphragms replaced with new ones, and then reriveted and painted to keep the original look. The 1955-1956 standout from the 1957 with...
  7. Electrical Questions and Answers
    I've read some of the posts about getting horns to work and after trying a few things, am asking for helpful hints. I have a 15" Bel Air steering wheel for a 1955 Chevy attached to a 64 tilt column. I have two belleville springs (one flat and one curved) and two plastic spacer washers (both the...
  8. Electrical Questions and Answers
    Hey guys, I am embarrassed to even ask this question, but I just can't figure it out. I'm not even sure if I am in need of another part or adapter. Does anyone have installation instructions on how to install a steering wheel and horn ring for a 55-56 Bel Air. I can get the steering...
  9. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    I redid my horn as it did not work, now it works too good, (all the time). I replaced the horn kit, the upper steering column bearing and contact plate and the relay. When I went to put it back together the horn starts blowing as soon as I put the nylon spring loaded contact into the steering...
  10. Chit Chat Area, Anything on your mind goes here.
    I bought a Danchuk horn kit and between the poor diagram and my 58 year old eyes, I cannot see how the individual parts fit together. Specifically, there is a metal plate with holes (in threes), a (almost) circular plastic ring with 3 holes, a plastic isolator (in 2 parts, isolates the 3...
  11. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    Guys, One of my horns is not working on my '57. Since I cannot compare pitch, which side is the low tone and which side is the high tone? Also anyone know where I can buy just 1 horn (either low or high). I've only seen them sold in pairs. Thanks much! Pete
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