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post #1 of 85 (permalink) Old 12-08-2013, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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Air Horn - Model 6126


Hmmm.... The temptation. How hard you think this would be to wire into the cobalt.
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Not hard at all. I have two sets on mine. One for the horn and one for the alarm. For the horn. I just tapped into the factory wiring. Just make sure your connection has a water tight seal.


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Not hard at all. I have two sets on mine. One for the horn and one for the alarm. For the horn. I just tapped into the factory wiring. Just make sure your connection has a water tight seal.


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A lot of people around here put train horns on pick up trucks. I think it would be cool to install one from a big ship!
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A lot of people around here put train horns on pick up trucks. I think it would be cool to install one from a big ship!
I don't think you could get enough air pressure
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Not hard at all. I have two sets on mine. One for the horn and one for the alarm. For the horn. I just tapped into the factory wiring. Just make sure your connection has a water tight seal.


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Where did you find room for all those horns? Lol

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Where did you find room for all those horns? Lol
Removed the front bumper. One set on each side. Driver side is cramped because the CAI.


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That I know of no. I've done 6 set of these for friends. Just need to place a bigger fuse to run the horn. Simple 2 wire hook-up.


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Removed the front bumper. One set on each side. Driver side is cramped because the CAI.


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That I know of no. I've done 6 set of these for friends. Just need to place a bigger fuse to run the horn. Simple 2 wire hook-up.


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If you don't mind to write me up one. The set I posted a link for comes with a relay
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If you don't mind to write me up one. The set I posted a link for comes with a relay
Didn't use the relay. If connected to the factory horn wire. The factory relay is good to hold the voltage. I upgraded the horn fuse to 20 amp.


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Didn't use the relay. If connected to the factory horn wire. The factory relay is good to hold the voltage. I upgraded the horn fuse to 20 amp.


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So just tap into factory horn wire, where at
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