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Re[2]: hand signal

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
     '72 VW Squareback 1.6L bored and stroked to 2.0L
     '75 Porsche 914 1.8L for sale
     Portland, Oregon, USA

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Subject: Re: hand signal
Author:  type-3-errors@umich.edu 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.

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