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Dorman - Conduct-Tite Electrical Switches - Specialty - Horn Button Flush Mount -

Part No. 85929 Warranty Details  

Fit of this part varies by vehicle & equipment specs Type of Fit

We offer a comprehensive line of Horn Buttons for a wide range of applications. All our Horn Buttons are constructed of high-quality materials for long-lasting durability.

Product Features:
  • Includes mounting hardware and brackets (where applicable)
  • Suitable for 5-amp applications
  • Easy installation—Simply splice in the new button to your existing wiring
  • Also suitable for a broad range of industrial and commercial uses
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Colors:Silver/Black
Diameter:2.6875
Hardware Included:Yes
Material:Metal/Plastic
Package Contents:(1) 5 Amp Horn Button with Installation Hardware

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  • Q:

    Will this work on a 1995 Camry 2.2? The horns work; the horn switch under the steering wheel cover does not.
    Asked on 7/4/2016 by Timothy from United States

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      Hi Timothy, I'm glad to assist you! This Dorman - Conduct-Tite Electrical Horn Switch -
      Part No. 85929 is universal and is not application specific. You would have to match one by size to what is on the vehicle that can be fabricated into its place. This switch measures 2.688"-inch diameter.

      Answered on 7/5/2016 by Solomon from AAP
  • Q:

    Does there need to be a ground AND a positive wire connected to the backside of the Horn Button, or can it just be a ground?
    Asked on 6/26/2015 by Andy from Chanhassen, MN

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  • Q:

    Using this horn switch on a golf for brake switch. How do the wires get connected? Do the wires connect to the mounting screws or the two little ones on back of the switch? Is it possible to get a diagram?
    Asked on 9/28/2014 by amy from Princeville, il

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      A:

      Hi Amy, glad to assist you! We do not have a diagram for this switch. You are correct, though the wires would attach to the screws on the back.

      Answered on 10/1/2014 by Solomon
  • Q:

    Using this horn switch on a golf for brake switch. How do the wires get connected? Do the wires connect to the mounting screws or the two little ones on back of the switch? Is it possible to get a diagram?
    Asked on 9/28/2014 by amy from Princeville, il

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      Hi Amy, glad to assist you! We do not have a diagram for this switch. You are correct, though the wires would attach to the screws on the back.

      Answered on 10/1/2014 by Solomon
  • Q:

    Do I wire the wires into the screws on back of button & does it matter which wire red or black into which one?
    Asked on 8/15/2014 by Cody from Nashville TN

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      I'd be happy to help you with that! You do install the wires to the mounting screws on the back side of the switch. It does not matter which you decide to use as power and which as ground; it is not a one-way switch. Here is the install information from Dorman --> http://www.dormanproducts.com/documents4rb/brand/CTp5ver2.pdf

      Answered on 8/15/2014 by K from AAP
  • Q:

    How do you know what screw is for (+) and (-)? The screws are not marked.
    Asked on 8/9/2014 by Tammy from Fort Worth, TX

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      Hi Tammy, good question! It does not matter which screw you use for the power or ground.

      Answered on 8/14/2014 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    How do you properly ground the switch?
    Asked on 2/13/2014 by Karen from United States

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      A:

      Hi Karen, glad to assist you! The horn button connects the floating horn negative side to ground by way of the wire that goes down the steering shaft to the steering box coupler. When the horn button is pressed, the circuit is completed to ground (through the steering box) and the horn sounds.The horn positive (+) side is direct wired to the battery by way of a fuse.

      Answered on 2/14/2014 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    The contact on the steering wheel is the problem,can I connect or splice into the horn wires to make the horn button work ? or do I need to run a ground wire ?
    Asked on 1/6/2013 by viper from West Virginia

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      With respect to your inquiry on the Dorman - Conduct-Tite Electrical Switches - Specialty - Horn Button Flush Mount - Part No. 85929 we will need more information including the year, make, model, and engine size of your application before we can make a suggestion. Please call us at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and we would be more than happy to further assist you.

      Answered on 1/7/2013 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
  • Q:

    How do the wires hook up to the horn? on the 2 screws on the bottom, or the metal braces on the side?
    Asked on 12/15/2012 by magnito92

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      With reference to your query on Dorman - Conduct-Tite Electrical Switches - Specialty - Horn Button Flush Mount - part# 85929, the wires hook up to the horn through the two screws on the bottom. For more information, please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 12/16/2012 by Rick from AAP
  • Q:

    How do I properly hook up the flush mount horn button?
    Asked on 2/3/2012 by nana from Waxahachie,texas

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      This Dorman - Specialty Horn Button Flush Mount (Part No. 85929) completes the ground in the horn circuit when depressed. You will need to run the ground wire from your horn circuit to the switch.

      Answered on 2/6/2012 by Dennis from AAP
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