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on my 1971 there is a relay on drivers side fender
when you push the horn botton this relay clicks
i thought horn relay is beside master cyc
this is where the 30 amp fuse is connected
this is the fuse that i refer to in my other post blowing 30 anp fuses
 

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why does it click when I push the horn botton
i removed the horn and it still clicks
the sound is more like a light clunk clunk
 

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what is the thing next to the master cyc
is a distribution block suppose to clunk clunk
 

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Cratch....what you looking at is a combination unit....it serves two purposes....the large bolt acts as a main power distribution point for the rest of the car....main power being pulled off the alt power output stud.....

there is a sort of hidden green wire with a dark brown/black plug tip on it, up underneath....kinda hard to see....that is what goes to the steering wheel throug the firewall bulkhead connector.....the positive side of the coil is internally connected to the BAT wire..(RED) off the harness...and alt output stud....the HORN contact grounds the other end of the coil...closing the relay contacts.....which conduct 12+ to the horns directly.....

capisch??
 

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I thank everybody for helping with my eletrical probs
I have three manuals and a skymatic from b2b
the problem isam not a electriction
is the relay/dis block/key buzzer suppoes to clunk clunk when you press horn botton
 

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I thank everybody for helping with my eletrical probs
I have three manuals and a skymatic from b2b
the problem isam not a electriction
is the relay/dis block/key buzzer suppoes to clunk clunk when you press horn botton

When you push the horn button, it energizes the horn relay (clunk) and blows the horn (beep). Are your horns connected to their harness?
 
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