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Re: Where is my horn? 2004 Toyota Prius

On Sat, 13 Jan 2007 05:15:21 -0800, ChrisSz wrote:

> Can anyone give me some guidance on where to look for my horn on my 2004
> Toyota Prius? The engine compartment is so packed, I'm having a hard time
> locating it.


Not sure, but look along the bottom of the car, behind the bumper. They
used to put them right behind the grille, but on the newer ones they are
further down, or in some cases behind the headlights.
 
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Re: Where is my horn? 2004 Toyota Prius

I think it was "mark_digital©" <[email protected]> who stated:

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>"Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected]
>> On Sat, 13 Jan 2007 05:15:21 -0800, ChrisSz wrote:
>>
>>> Can anyone give me some guidance on where to look for my horn on my 2004
>>> Toyota Prius? The engine compartment is so packed, I'm having a hard
>>> time
>>> locating it.

>>
>> Not sure, but look along the bottom of the car, behind the bumper. They
>> used to put them right behind the grille, but on the newer ones they are
>> further down, or in some cases behind the headlights.

>
>pssst. why's the sound of the horn so important?


It's 'cause the horn is a safety item; to wake up the driver tha's
coming across the lane and about to smash into my motorcycle and send
me off into the ditch to die! Or car, in this case . . . .

I ALWAYS put LOUD horns in my vehicles . . . and then try to drive in
such a way that I don't need to use them. But sometimes a loud BEEP is
needed to alert some @$$HOLE that I'm really there. At those times,
the <meep><meep> of a stock horn isn't enough. I want a commanding
<<<<HONK>>>> in those occasions.

-DON IN ROCHESTER

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I started out with nothing, and I still have most of it
 
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Re: Where is my horn? 2004 Toyota Prius

"Don Fearn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I think it was "mark_digital©" <[email protected]> who stated:
>
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>>"Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>news:[email protected]
>>> On Sat, 13 Jan 2007 05:15:21 -0800, ChrisSz wrote:
>>>
>>>> Can anyone give me some guidance on where to look for my horn on my
>>>> 2004
>>>> Toyota Prius? The engine compartment is so packed, I'm having a hard
>>>> time
>>>> locating it.
>>>
>>> Not sure, but look along the bottom of the car, behind the bumper. They
>>> used to put them right behind the grille, but on the newer ones they are
>>> further down, or in some cases behind the headlights.

>>
>>pssst. why's the sound of the horn so important?

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> It's 'cause the horn is a safety item; to wake up the driver tha's
> coming across the lane and about to smash into my motorcycle and send
> me off into the ditch to die! Or car, in this case . . . .
>
> I ALWAYS put LOUD horns in my vehicles . . . and then try to drive in
> such a way that I don't need to use them. But sometimes a loud BEEP is
> needed to alert some @$$HOLE that I'm really there. At those times,
> the <meep><meep> of a stock horn isn't enough. I want a commanding
> <<<<HONK>>>> in those occasions.


Oh, I just thought you were horny ;-)
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Ray O
(correct punctuation to reply)
 
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Re: Where is my horn? 2004 Toyota Prius

"Don Fearn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I think it was "mark_digital©" <[email protected]> who stated:
>>pssst. why's the sound of the horn so important?

>
> It's 'cause the horn is a safety item; to wake up the driver tha's
> coming across the lane and about to smash into my motorcycle and send
> me off into the ditch to die! Or car, in this case . . . .
>
> I ALWAYS put LOUD horns in my vehicles . . . and then try to drive in
> such a way that I don't need to use them. But sometimes a loud BEEP is
> needed to alert some @$$HOLE that I'm really there. At those times,
> the <meep><meep> of a stock horn isn't enough. I want a commanding
> <<<<HONK>>>> in those occasions.
>


I agree with this completely.
Tomes
 
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