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Old 06-12-2018, 02:46 PM   #1

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Default 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

Greetings and thanks for the add.

I recently purchased a 1999 Z222 Shabah. I looking for help to ID the helm switch/es, as age has worn the names off each one. I can figure out what most of them do by action or sound. However, most important to me is the HORN... I cannot get a "toot" from any switch push. I assume the horn is DOA. I'm wondering if the horn has a separate on/off toggle and/or a momentary push switch? Also, where should the actual "horn" be located/mounted? Right of the windshield or underneath the helm?

Any assistance someone could lend would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

    Hi Tom,
    I had problems with the Horn on my Z225.
    You should have a Stainless Grill on the Starboard side, just ahead of the windscreen.
    The Horn/s will be behind this.
    The switch on mine is on the far right of the instrument panel and is a Rocker with no light.
    My problem turned out to be a corroded connection in the multiway connector between the instrument panel and the hull wiring loom.
    In the end I replaced the existing cable with a new one running directly from the switch to the Horn.

    Hop this helps
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    Old 06-14-2018, 12:08 AM   #3

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    Default Re: 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

    Try this... left to right; Horn, Blower, Stereo, Lights, Acc, Acc, Bilge, Acc.
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    Default Re: 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

    Thanks for your reply. I found the actual horn switch. On mine, it is to the left of the key switch (starter) and next to the blower switch. My problem, now, is that I cannot see the actual horn mech underneath or inside of the helm cluster. The oval grill on my starboard side, which I presume is the horn, does not appear to have an easy removal procedure. I was hoping that the grill would pop/pry off, thereby exposing mounting screws for the horn. So this is, really, my dilemma: how does that grill come off?
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    Default Re: 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

    My 2000 Z222 is on the left side below steering wheel. Ignition switch blower and horn are all together
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    Default Re: 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

    Mmmmmm, sorry, mine has 8 screws holding it on!!

    Is there an access panel, maybe in the cabin area, the other side of the helm??
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    Default Re: 1999 Z222 Shabah Helm Switch/es ID

    Check the back rest in the bow seat directly in front of the driver console. It usually lifts up to gain access to the backside of the console.
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