Replaced the horns.  For whatever reason, both old ones were dead.

Seems to be pretty common in salt country.  I think the rust gets them.

This, of course, is a rust-free car.  I think there was a high curb
incident at one point, though.

pair of high-tone air horns instead, because they were cheap at the
local auto parts store.

Two replacement horns, from a 240D even, were $1 each at the U-Pull.
Sounds great!  How to tell a high-tone from a low?  Tap them on the
ground.

-- Jim


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