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Are you talking, like, drill a hole in the dash and put in a push-button? Or did they (please please please) just mount a horn button on a bracket screwed in below your dash? I think I could legally not be responsible for the actions I'd take if some bozo "fixed" my horn by using the first option ;) Toby Erkson firstname.lastname@example.org '72 VW Squareback 1.6L bored and stroked to 2.0L '75 Porsche 914 1.8L for sale Portland, Oregon, USA ______________________________ Reply Separator _________________________________ Subject: Re: hand signal Author: email@example.com at SMTPGATE Date: 5/8/97 8:43 AM On Thu, 8 May 1997, Edward R Donnen wrote: >What's the hand signal for honking my horn? I think you have to scream. It reminds me. I'm pretty mad at the folks at Piston & Plug in Mesquite Texas. That shop usually comes very highly recommended, but, I took my '66 type 3 there with a broken horn, and they "fixed" it by putting a !@#$% aux horn button in the dash. So what's done is done, but they do not seem to understand that I now consider them ruthless SOB's instead of a superior VW shop as they are made out to be. I'faith, they do excellent work, but, I think they should've known that was not what I wanted. So I don't mean to get on and gripe about Piston & Plug, but, so many people recommend this shop that I feel it's my duty. -- g-r-a-t-e-f-u-l-l-y---[ email:<firstname.lastname@example.org> ]---l-i-v-i-n-g d-e-a-d-i-c-a-t-e-d---[ http://www.conservatory.com/ ]-----l-i-g-h-t Dinner is ready when the smoke alarm goes off.