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i just bought tripple trumpet air horns for my 92 fleetwood brougham....had anyone ever installed these them selves? how hard is it? wat tools do u need? i wanna connect these to my factory steering horn ...so wen i press the steering wheel...ill hear the 3 air horns and also my factory horn....how do i get to wiring inside the steering? helpppppppp
 

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you dont need to get the wires inside the steering, just tap right into the existing horns..

I dont know how your horns are set up, but they work with a positive and a ground..

find out how yours are wired, and tap right into em
 

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For what you want run some power wires to the new horns parallel from your stock horn. Check amp rating on compressor, current fuse and what else do u have on circuit.
 

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thanks....do anyone you guys know where i cud find out where the horns are located in my engine bay? if i use a parallel circuit, would it turn both on at the same time? and i think ill need to upgrade the curcuit fuse also. please let me know if u cud help! PM ME thanks guys!
 

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NO!!! run a relay off the existing horn for your new airhorns so that you can run a separate power feed for them. if its a big compressor and you just hook it up you will burn up fuses and smoke them wires because it draws too many amps for the existing horn circuit.
 

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Ooops! My mistake. I sould have explained it better but cad92brougham is correct. Hope I didn't fuck u up
 

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na man u guys are helpin! thanks i only started looking into the wiring and shit didnt actually do anything yet....i just need help with finding the wirtes for the horn and how to wire to a relay cuz i dont kno much bout relays! thanks guy....too bad u guys dont live in NYC area

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stand in front of the car with the hood open and have a friend honk the horn then just follow the sound it will lead you straight to the horn then use a test light to figure out if you have a pos or a neg trigger wire then tap into that wire hook it up to your relay along with the horn a power source and depending on your horn system either another power or a ground i dont know the terminal numbers off hand but the relay should have a diagram with it :cool: hope that helps a little
 
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