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Old 10-07-2011, 10:03 PM   #1
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I read an earlier post where the cover was preyed off. Anyone know any other way to remove the horn cover on my 2000 2300SC? I checked the anchor locker, and it is solid - no way in to the horn area. I can't sam to get into it from the berth. I am stumped. Any help is appreciated!!
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Old 10-08-2011, 01:13 AM   #2
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actually I think it's screwed in from inside the to the horn cover .....you might need to gain access to the anchor locker from the inside.....

but to make sure..I'll try and find out from my shop...


oh yeah...welcome to the zoo.....

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ok..my bad....they are dropped in and glued in....

http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs...classNum=10465

take a look at this...

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If is uses the same horn as my 2004 2400 SC3 then the cover simply prys off, and then there are two phillips head screws that fasten the actual horn to the boat.

Just replaced mine a few months ago.

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If is uses the same horn as my 2004 2400 SC3 then the cover simply prys off, and then there are two phillips head screws that fasten the actual horn to the boat.

Just replaced mine a few months ago.

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Where did you get the replacement? Mine is sounding a little weak.
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Hey Jerry,

Mine was completely dead and I wanted a direct replacement. I pulled it out so I could find out what brand/make/model it was then started web surfing.

Found it online at West Marine.

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yo dan

when it's new it already sounds like it's dead, sutch a stupid horn for a boat like ours......
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Yeah Ed, it is a pretty pathetic horn - for any boat!
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I replaced my horn with one of those trumpet horns on the side of the helm..didn't run it all the way fwd...mine went out and I said..nope..I want a manly horn....it was worth it too....

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try this

http://www.stebel.it/stebel2009/prod...ologia=nautica

you can hear them all if you will just make your choice....... between 1 or even 5 horns

that's much better (at least some of them)

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