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steering wheel/ horn 4 years 3 months ago #744

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Does anyone have an exploded view of the sterring wheel/ horn ring/ wiring for a 122? I am trying to go back to an original wheel on my '67. Among other things the wire is shorting somewhere inside of the shaft, but I can't figure out where it comes out so I can replace it. I think I must be missing a return spring as well.

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Tommy

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Re: steering wheel/ horn 4 years 3 months ago #745

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zvolvo123 wrote: Does anyone have an exploded view of the sterring wheel/ horn ring/ wiring for a 122? I am trying to go back to an original wheel on my '67. Among other things the wire is shorting somewhere inside of the shaft, but I can't figure out where it comes out so I can replace it. I think I must be missing a return spring as well.

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Tommy


Scroll on this...

www.sw-em.com/122_horn_notes.htm

...for this pic...

www.sw-em.com/Amazon_Horn_Switch_Explo.gif

The horn wire in the steering wheel exits the steering box in the front - maybe...

www.classicroad.com/volvo/cansteering%20box.JPG

The OE item most lkely to be missing once an aftermarket wheel is fitted would be #32.

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Re: steering wheel/ horn 4 years 3 months ago #747

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Thanks George!

Actually, I may be missing 32 (whatever it is), but also 34, 36,37, and 38. Do you happen to know a link with a legend?

Thanks again,

Tommy

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Re: steering wheel/ horn 4 years 3 months ago #748

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zvolvo123 wrote: Thanks George!

Actually, I may be missing 32 (whatever it is), but also 34, 36,37, and 38. Do you happen to know a link with a legend?

Thanks again,

Tommy


Click/zoom around on this...

www.cvi-automotive.se/en/articles/10345/1-steering-box

...until you get this...

www.cvi-automotive.se/images/2.91607/untitled.jpeg

...then post the Volvo Part Numbers/names and my Swedish friend Googlesen will translate for us.

George Dill

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Re: steering wheel/ horn 4 years 3 months ago #749

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Unfortunately, the parts I'm missing are not numbered or labeled here.

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Re: steering wheel/ horn 4 years 3 months ago #750

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zvolvo123 wrote: Does anyone have an exploded view of the sterring wheel/ horn ring/ wiring for a 122? I am trying to go back to an original wheel on my '67. Among other things the wire is shorting somewhere inside of the shaft, but I can't figure out where it comes out so I can replace it. I think I must be missing a return spring as well.

Thanks!

Tommy


You are gonna have fun with this...

tinyurl.com/p428v64

on which you will find this...

tinyurl.com/om5wr4u

...Page 13 begins the steering wheel goodies.

(once you get a pdf downloaded always save a copy)

Post the Volvo Part Numbers for each item you seek and we will go shopping!

George Dill

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