Old style horn button rubber cover wont stay attached!

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pigpen60

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Like it says, I put it on and I find it on the floor in the morning. I reinstall it go for a drive find it in my lap. Ideas?
 

steelandcanvas

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Sounds like it may not be seating correctly. Try a little spray silicone on the rubber cover, twist and push as you re-install. Everyone that works on these vehicles should have a can of spray silicone, even if only used to re-couple Packard connectors.
 

dmetalmiki

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"Everyone that works on these vehicles should have a can of spray silicone, even if only used to re-couple Packard connectors".
Roger that, those horn covers are a pain if not fitted in all the way, with silicone or similar.
 

pigpen60

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Well silicone was a big nono. I spritzed it and installed and when my hand came off the cover it was in the floor.
 
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