Series III banjo steering wheel horn.

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Re: Series III banjo steering wheel horn.

Postby fasthamster » Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:14 pm

tickman wrote:
Big Al wrote:......
Horn 1.jpg

This is the diagram that I've borrowed from Moss: http://www.moss-europe.co.uk/Shop/ViewP ... rtOrder=88
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Al is the white disc metal? I assume it is to complete the circuit for the horn.
Just wondered as I need one or need to make one.


Does anyone still have the above diagram or an updated link ?
I'm at the stage of trying to work out how the older style horn push works with my existing steering column horn push assembly setup.

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I can't help you with a link or diagram but I can tell you that there is no difference between the early and late Minor 1000 steering column contact set and you can fit the earlier "banjo steering wheel and its hornpush straight on to the column of a later Minor 1000 with the plastic 2 spoke steering wheel and the horn should work in exactly the same way. I have done so on my own 1969 Minor 1000.

If for some reason part(s) of the horn contact set in the column is missing or broken, then you will have to replace them and this will mean contacting some of the various Morris Minor (or Mini) specialists who sell such parts. The Mk1 Mini uses the same set-up. If they are not available new, then somebody must have a secondhand one.

What exactly is the problem you have with your existing set-up?
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Re: Series III banjo steering wheel horn.

Postby Custard » Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:59 am

Have you just been working backwards up the thread?

It seems to have lost some pictures/links broken in the later posts, but if you go all the way back to page 1 of the thread they seem to be still there in the original posts. They seem to have disappeared when someone includes the original message in the reply.

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