so i have been having a couple problems with my 108
every time i turned the wheel a quarter turn to the right the horn would honk, i googled it and it seemed like a pretty common problem. shifter bushings?
so today i pulled my steering wheel, once i got the wheel off i noticed that one of the wires were loose, actually completely off (brown) wire. so i connected it back thinking that this was the cause. so i connected it and put the wheel back on, as soon as i turned the key to accessories the horn just keeps going off one continuous honk.
i tried to trouble shoot the best i could, ultimately i ended up complete disconnecting the wires from the ring, but i still get the same result. one continuous honk. because of this i figured that it must be something farther down the column. i pulled the hub off and turn the key, no honk. i tightened the bolts down and the honk came back.
does this mean i need to change the bushing farther down the column? if so, does anyone know which bushing it is and where it is located?
i got this far, but can't seem to get any further?
my turn signals don't seem to stay on when i switch them on, i have to hold and if i let go slowly it'll hold... sometimes. someone told me that i need to get down the lever and file down a section so there is a more defined groove.
is the place i want to file down the inner grooves in between the spring posts?
help as always is really appreciated, thanks