How to keep your car horn noise down with Tin Horn
I was having a hard time with my car horn last night.
It was about 9:00pm on a Sunday and I had the window down to keep out the rain.
I could hear my car honking every time I drove up the hill from my house to the shopping centre.
When I got home, I looked in the mirror and I couldn’t believe my eyes.
The noise from my car was making the front doors open, but I couldn- t even see my front door.
My wife had the windows down so I had to get out of the car and shut the windows.
She had heard the car honk so loud she could barely see my face when she opened the car door.
I didn’t have any other choice.
After I got out of my car, I went downstairs and found a small bottle of alcohol on the kitchen table.
So I went over to the kitchen and took a small glass of water and started drinking.
Once I was down to about three glasses, I noticed my horn started to ring.
A few seconds later, the horn sounded again.
That’s when I knew something was wrong.
At first I thought it was a bug, but when I tried to turn off the car, the sound continued.
This is when I got really worried.
In my head, I thought the car horn might have broken.
But then I saw the bottle of wine on the table and realized I had broken my horn.
As soon as I went upstairs to the shower, I threw the bottle on the bed and got dressed.
For a few minutes, the noise stopped.
Then it got louder.
Suddenly, it started to hurt.
Eventually, I was in hospital for a CT scan and they found a cyst on my left ring finger.
Since I had my horn repaired, I’ve been hearing the horn every day.
Weirdly, the cyst has been slowly shrinking.
Although it’s been two weeks since I had surgery to repair the damage, I’m happy to be back on the road.
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