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HORN BRACKET REDESIGNED

A slight change has been made in the location of the holes in the headlamp tie rod A-13114-B1. The new rod is carried under part A-13114-B2. The change in the tie rod necessitated making a change in the horn bracket. The old style horn bracket A-13805-A has been obsoleted. The new bracket is carried under …

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Horn

Remove cover at rear of horn and thoroughly clean commutator. Use a small piece of wood to clean the gaps between the commutator segments. Do not use wire or metal of any kind. Place a few drops of oil in the groove at each end of the armature shaft. Check tone of horn, if necessary …

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Horn

The quality of tone and length of service received from Ford horns depends entirely on the care they receive. To produce the most effective tone, it is necessary that the armature revolve at a high rate of speed. This speed is possible only when bearings are properly oiled, and the commutator and brushes are kept …

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Make of Horn

Three different makes of horns are used on Model A cars and trucks; namely, Sparton, Ames and E. A. On the first horns supplied by these concerns the horn covers were not interchangeable (present covers are interchangeable) and inasmuch as the manufacturers stamped their names on the cover it was difficult to identify the make …

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Horn

The Horn ((463)) The quality of tone and length of service received from Ford horns depends entirely on the care they receive. To produce the most effective tone it is necessary that the armature revolve at a high rate of speed. This speed is possible only when bearings are properly oiled, and the commutator and …

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