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Horn relay


Does anyone know where the horn relay location is? I can't find it anywhere!! Thanks for you help Ian

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Oh, I've got a 1967 Parisienne!!

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Likely on the inside (rear side) of the rad cradle, somewhere close to the driver's side headlights. That's where most of the 60's GM's are.

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

Likely on the inside (rear side) of the rad cradle, somewhere close to the driver's side headlights. That's where most of the 60's GM's are.


 Mines not, it's on the passenger side next to the regulator......hahahahaha!....just being silly.....



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cutting a roof off a four door is NOT a convertible.....

65 Parisienne convertible.one of 48 built for RHD export market,402BBC, T400, 2500 stally, posi rear, upgraded brakes with front discs, old proflo efi custom built by me.



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koolconvertible wrote:
Carl Stevenson wrote:

Likely on the inside (rear side) of the rad cradle, somewhere close to the driver's side headlights. That's where most of the 60's GM's are.


 Mines not, it's on the passenger side next to the regulator......hahahahaha!....just being silly.....


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koolconvertible wrote:

Carl Stevenson wrote:

Likely on the inside (rear side) of the rad cradle, somewhere close to the driver's side headlights. That's where most of the 60's GM's are.


 Mines not, it's on the passenger side next to the regulator......hahahahaha!....just being silly.....





AND your's is mounted upside down too, I'm sure.....!

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Brilliant, I'll take a look tomorrow. My horns dead. Is it difficult to get to? Do I need to remove lights or radiator?

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No, it should be easy to access. There will be a heavy wire running to it, 10 or 12 gauge, likely red.

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Nice one Carl!!!

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