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MOT FAILED!!!!!! Horn is posessed
#31
(28-02-2017, 07:22 PM)ffrenchie Wrote:  I have read of people curing the hooter earth problem by earthing at the hooter end instead of the steering wheel.

yup,I did that on my 58 plate van,earthed the horn to a nearby bolt,works ok now,apart from the annoying little peep when what your wanting is BBARPPPPPP get outta my way..Ian
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Berlingo First,75bhp 1.6hdi,58 plate....225k and counting.
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#32
I tried that, it didn't work for me.
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#33
https://www.berlingoforum.com/Thread-com...pair-FIXED

Best regards,
brajomobil
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#34
"I have read of people curing the hooter earth problem by earthing at the hooter end instead of the steering wheel "

I tried this, it didn't work, hard wiring and screwing into the column did.
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#35
"I have read of people curing the hooter earth problem by earthing at the hooter end instead of the steering wheel "

I tried this,  it didn't work,  hard wiring and screwing into the column did.
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#36
Just to say thank you to all who posted about the horn problem. Mine started playing up. Did the jump lead on the base of the steering column test and the horn worked with the ignition on. wasn't in the mood to take the air bag off, so using a jubilee clip and a piece of decent wire made a fix at the base of the column and up to now works fine. 

Cheers Guys!  Wink
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#37
Another one here fixed by improving the earth. We put a little earth strap on a 2003 Multispace between the steering column and chassis and now horn is fine again. Has been "fixed" in this way for over a year now.
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#38
(15-09-2012, 12:52 PM)LloydyBoy Wrote:  Thanks for all the advice fellas......... I secured a piece of Earth cable around the bottom of the steering column, and the other end I secured to the accelerator bolt in the footwell. Hey presto, she now works!!!!.............

At least I can give any 'nob-head' drivers (and there's pleanty of em round here) a blast with the horn now, so well chuffed!

Thanks again fellas!


hi there, I know this is an old post!!
so did u just earth the steering column to the bolt in the footwell?

thanks
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