Replacing horn on 2003 228

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LOL....you get it down pat after a while...I've replaced my horn 4 times over the years and the current one is on it's last legs now.
You would think an item designed FOR MARINE USE would not rust away after a couple of years, no?
Recently installed set number 5 (or is it 6? losing track)....went with the more expensive Stainless Steel version this time, maybe it will last longer?...
 

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Usually once or twice a season, my horn gets laryngitis. I give it a few wacks and it clears up EXCEPT at the end of last season. So it's on my list of things to look at. Sometimes I can get it operational by opening the cover and playing with the vibrator adjuster screw.
Yes it is stainless on the outside! Problem is that the internals are not:)
 
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