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Old 05-25-2008, 01:43 PM
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How To Wire My Horn

Hi Guys, I Removed My Old Horn. I Have Two Hella Horns. I Need To Know How To Wire Them Up To A Switch Inside . Not To Steering Wheel. Any Ideas???? Thanks Guys
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Well, in a column switch they usually switch ground, so that the button on the wheel requires just one wire, so you might want to do it that way in case you ever want to go with a 'normal' horn button
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The two horns should be wired to a relay. Ground the houns to the body of the car. The positive wire to the horns comes form the relay. The positive wire to the relay comes from your fuse panel. You can use the same positive wire to the relay to power the positive side of the relay. The negative side of the relay comes from your switch. It can be the horn button or the special switch you put in the car.

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