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Old 02-24-2010, 06:00 PM   #1
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Question Wiring data for 1989 Savannah SE

Hello,
New here with new to us 1989 Savannah SE.

It has many little things that need to be fixed, nothing too difficult except that all of the stinking wires are the same color and way too many to be simple.

The horns do not work and having a diagram would help.

Is there any sources for these?
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Air horns are notorious for not working of not used for long periods of time. While you have someone holding down the horn button, check to be sure you have voltage at the air valve solenoid. It should be on the front firewall or driver's side compartment. If you have voltage at the solenoid, rap the valve with a small hammer and it will probably work. They get stuck from non use and possible moisture in the line. Try it a few times and use them periodically to keep them working. If you do not have any voltage let us know and we will try to help in that area.
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