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Old 02-11-2010, 10:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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nu mbr 84 E30 + 00 E46 - horn prob on E30

Hi all... lots of bimmer sites.. just had the 84 325e detailed - amazing work, car looks new. will add pictures later. Problem: there are dead spots on the horn button. Horn is a circle at the center of the steering wheel. Disappointed that I couldn't find what I wanted in the Bently book and don't want to break anything. Can I just pry the center piece up to replace the horn ring???? It may just need to be cleaned!!
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If you have an original wheel, you normally press around the edge of the centre piece and not the centre spot itself, designed so your hands dont leave the wheel.....
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Correct - original horn - pressing on the upper half - no sound- only works pressing the lower half - how doe sone remove the horn disc - assume pry it up
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I have Pm'd you, but mine only works on the lower sides when pressed, so you can keep your hands on the wheel and operate it with your thumbs.....
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