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Old 03-25-2013, 09:38 PM
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Econoline horn brush bushing

My 65 Econoline was missing some horn parts in the steering wheel. I've mostly got it worked out except for the bushing that the horn brush passes through.

I found a diagram that lists this part as 13A822 (I assume there is a C0xx or C1xx prefix to that number... not sure what it is).

Does anyone know a source for this part?

It looks like a simple part to improvise, but I have no good picture of it. Can someone describe how the brush fits in the bushing? Is it a single piece, or is it multiple pieces? I'm guessing there is a flange on the bottom and the brush's spring tension keeps the bushing in place. Is there something that keeps the brass cap of the horn brush in a certain place? Is the inside diameter of the bushing equal to the carbon brush, or equal to the brass cap? Is the brush inserted from the top, or from the bottom?

Too many words for such a stupid-simple problem. Any help would be appreciated.

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My 65 Econoline was missing some horn parts in the steering wheel. I've mostly got it worked out except for the insulator the horn brush fits into.*

I found a diagram that lists this as basic part number: 13A822
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C1TF-13A822-A .. Horn Brush Insulator / Obsolete

1961/74 Econoline // 1961/65 F100/250 4WD / 1961/66 F350/1100 / 1966 F250 4WD

GRIFFEN FORD in Louisburg NC has 1 = 919-496-4169.

DICKERSON MOTOR CO. in York SC has 2 = 803-684-4225.

KINSEL L/M in Beaumont TX has 10 = 800-816-2894.

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 11 = 800-543-4959.

DON SANDERSON FORD in Glendale AZ has 38 = 623-842-8643.

1964/72 Ford Truck Parts Catalog is available on a CD from hipoparts.com / The little charmer is shown here: Illustration Section 138, Page 1.

* Insulator fits into a hole on the outside of the steering wheel, below horn button or ring. Then the brush (COAF-13A821-A) fits into the insulator. Make sure the brush's copper wire hasn't snapped.
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