Join Date: Oct 2007
My Motorhome: Swift Kontiki 615
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Agree with Pudsey, there have been numerous reports of corroded connections to the horn and the difficulty of actually getting at it.....
Good luck, it ought to be an easy item to replace if it can be got at as the actual sound does not matter and a horn from any vehicle could be used, so a visit to a local vehicle dismantler could locate a replacement. I think the wiring for the horn is different to many other items in that the actual button completes the negative circuit rather than the positive, but in the end it makes little difference - they are only two wires....
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