You may be able to buy a rebuild kit from Zip products. It is supposed to be a very difficult job. Try soaking in WD-40 before springing for a kit or new horns. They are date coded by the way if that makes any difference.
Thanks for the info, I did a search and read that the Zip rebuild kits dont work real well. Something to do with getting the 2 halves back together tight enough. I really don't care about the date codes as long as their the same as 69 Camaro. I'll try the WD 40. Thanks
The WD-40 thing came from another car enthusiast I talked to a while back but I can't remember who. He said you can sometimes save them that way. I have a box full of old GM horns that need work. If I can get to them some day I will refurbish them. Originals are usualy shot by now.
I tried the rebuild kit from Zip for my two non-working horns. Once I got the first one apart you have to check the coil for continuity. Guess what, both horn coils were bad. So, I just bead blasted, reassembled, painted them and put them back on the car. I went to the local parts house and bought two new plastic replacement horns and mounted them in an inconspicuous location. I tapped into the horn wire and hooked up the new horns - they work great and I still have the appearance of stock horns.
'69 Z11 Pace Car, 350/4 speed, manual top, console w/gauges, tilt rosewood wheel, AM radio
Camaro Hi-Performance (Jerry MacNiesh) will restore them to perfection mechanically and cosmetically. Not cheap ($120/ea. I think) but I just sent mine off to him. I will let you know how they turn out but I expect them to be perfect from what I hear about his other restorations.
1969 RS-Z/28: Matching #'s DZ302 & M20, 3.73, Tuxedo Black, Deluxe Black Interior, Factory Tach, Clock and Console Gauges, PS, Rear Defrost, AM/FM, Spoilers, ZL2 Special Ducted Hood.
2002 SS: 35th Anniversary coupe, 6 spd, all GM options plus additional SLP options: 345 hp package, floor and rear hatch mats.
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