I recently came across an intact set (left & right) of horn paddles. I got these from a guy with some other Fiero stuff so I assume they are fiero parts. Seems to be in great shape but there seems to be a difference in these. On other paddles I have seen there is a audible and physical "click" when the paddle is depressed. That is not present on either of the paddles I have and there is a less travel in the paddle when depressed. The switches are good as verified by a continuity test and both switches work the same, they just feel and sound different from a broken (but operable) switch that I am comparing them to. Can anyone identify these paddles as Fiero parts? Maybe from an early year of production?
My broken one has a part number on the white hinged piece. This other pair has no number on them, anywhere.
John Wayne as John Bernard Books in The Shootist...
" I won't be wronged. I won't be insulted. I won't be laid a-hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them."
1988 GT with a 3.4L V6 automatic
2006 Harley Sportster
'cause I love the twisties on two wheels or four.