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    Unhappy Horn/turn signal rotate independently of the steering wheel.

    I've recently purchased a 1967 Austen Healey 3000 MKlll (The same as I had in collage). I can't make the horn/turn signals stay put while the wheel is turned. I've read that just tightening the "Olive" will fix this, however I've turned the brass nut a lot it seems and I'm afraid I'll break something if I keep tightening it. Do I need a new "Olive" or is there another way to solve this problem? This is very frustrating. Please help.

    John F.

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    Re: Horn/turn signal rotate independently of the steering wheel.

    Hi, John, and welcome to the Forum!

    Ask your questions over on the Austin Healey side - http://www.britishcarforum.com/bcf/f...-Austin-Healey - as this section is for help with moving around the website. We've lots of Healey folks who'll be more than happy to offer advice.


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