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Horn button - 1934 Coupe
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Richard Lambert
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Do anyone know how to get the horn button apart on my 34 Coupe? See photo.
Thanks
Richard

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Posted on: 4/1 13:39
1930 Packard 734 Speedster Sedan
1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Sedan
1934 Packard 1101 2/4 Coupe
1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Victoria
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Re: Horn button - 1934 Coupe
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BigKev
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In the later cars you push in and turn, not sure if your year is the same.

Best to unhook the battery so you don't wake the neighborhood. :)

Posted on: 4/1 14:07
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Re: Horn button - 1934 Coupe
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Tried that and I believe you are right but it sure doesn’t want to come loose. Any other ideas?
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Richard

Posted on: 4/1 15:33
1930 Packard 734 Speedster Sedan
1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Sedan
1934 Packard 1101 2/4 Coupe
1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Victoria
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Re: Horn button - 1934 Coupe
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Owen_Dyneto
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It been a lot of years but as I recall, disconnect the headlight switch, packing gland and throttle controls at the base of the steering column and push the brass control tubes upward, exposing the attachment on the underside of the horn and hub assembly.

Posted on: 4/1 15:53
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Re: Horn button - 1934 Coupe
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Richard Lambert
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Dave,
Yes you are correct, I remember now, several years ago I had a 1103 Sedan and I had to take it apart and that’s the way I did it. What a pain in the butt to do it.
Richard

Posted on: 4/1 16:54
1930 Packard 734 Speedster Sedan
1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Sedan
1934 Packard 1101 2/4 Coupe
1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Victoria
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