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How do you remove the horn pad in the center of the steering wheel from a 1988 Dodge Ram 50 truck?

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2006-05-18 22:00:17
2006-05-18 22:00:17

I'm no expert at fixing cars, but I just pried the rubber part off. It's a cover (or sleeve) that wraps around a plastic thing that creates that weird rhombus shape. Just keep pulling at it and it will come off. My horn is ON constantly and I can't figure out why. That's what made me try to take it apart in the first place. I was able to get the horn pad off, and the brass noise-maker part and even see some wires and connections. But I have yet to control the horn. So I just removed the fuse and don't drive it alot. Anyway, hope that helps! Let me know if you have any (inexpensive) solutions for me.

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