Millar Indiana

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  1. HarryM

    HarryM Read Only Funster

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    I have a Millar Indiana based on a Fiat Ducato 2.8. The horn has stopped working - fuses - power etc is fine however I cannot locate the actual horn. Does anyone have any idea of the location? I have tried the usual haunts - behind bumper, radiator, wheel archess, under battery tray. Harry
     
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    The Ducato horn is so feeble even when it works that your best bet is to get a replacement horn, though I supose you still need to find it. :Rofl1:
    I haven't had a Ducato for a while but it used to be near the radiator, its quite small hence it's inaudible bleat.
     
  3. highwayman

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    Hi Harry
    It's below the nearside headlight, easiest seen and worked-on from underneath.





    regards....nige
     
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    yep !!!!

    below the N/S headlamp and under the airfilter box.

    get to it from above after removing the complete air filter housing.....just !!! :Eeek:

    replaced mine with a couple of dual tone fiamma units.


    by the way......welcome to the fun.
     
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  5. HarryM

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    Highwayman / Pappajohn

    Thank you guys, now found! After removing the air filter housing etc and finding nothing. Removed the NS headlight fitting and there it is !!!!:BigGrin:
     
  6. Jaws

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    Canna help as my Miller ( Alabama ) is on a Pug chassis
    I would suggest you ask the same question in the general section as it will be mounted in the same place on all 2.8 Fiats..
    As a by the by, the hooter on my old 1989 Hobby packed up and like you I searched high and low for it..
    Came across anothe MH that was identical to my own and asked the chap to pop the bonnet
    Say where his one was and looked at mine..
    A nice bit of wire dangled beside a wee broken bracket !!
     
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    John
    Being a bit thick here. I've had a look on the Fiamm website and everything that produces a sound that might be heard more than 2 feet away seems to need a compressor. Is that right, or am I reading it wrong?
    What model is yours and where did you get it?

    John
     
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    I can supply a pair of Fiam snail type horns for £12.00 plus post.. and believe me they are LOUD !
    I sell them to the big touring bike boys.. Retail is something like £22.00 but your welcome to them at trade price, no worries
     
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    Harry hi, what do you think of your vehicle, i fancy one any issues ?
     

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