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Planning on replacing the Horn

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Hi guys,

Just got a Hella 3 trumpets horn and I would like to install it in my 01 (base) 986.

I have read that the front bumper removal is a much smoothier process if done by two people. I was wondering if anyone would like to help and take the opportunity to remove the bumber on his car as well to clean the radiators, which I also intend to take the opportunity and do on mine.

I live in Jersey City (Newport/Pavonia area), I have 4 jack stands (we only need one pair per car), a low profile hydraulic jack and an assortment of tools. My space is limited but we could try the parking lot in front of my house if it is a nice day out.

I am also open to other locations.



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Hi Gus,

If I left today I could get there by next Saturday. You could help me with my horn and I could help you with your short shifter.


Hi Karst, I love your enthusiasm, man :cheers:

We are talking about 2,872 mi :o

I would more than gladly help you with the horn replacement and would greatly appreciate your help with the short shift install...But those would be two expensive replacements, considered the current price of gas!!!

If you are serious though, you should probably plan ahead of time and take some time to visit the area (New York City specially) - that combined with the experience of taking your car on a road trip across the country might be a worthwhile experience.

Thank you so much.

All the best,


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