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Re: Dual horn

so Rob when you say power ground done, is it a true PNP set-up, or does it require splicing of the existing wires/harness and connecting to the new horn? I like the way that one sounds, so that is the compact nautilus in the video? IMO it sounds very marine (water not military)...i gurss that is the way it should sound with a name like "nautilus"
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so Rob when you say power ground done, is it a true PNP set-up, or does it require splicing of the existing wires/harness and connecting to the new horn? I like the way that one sounds, so that is the compact nautilus in the video? IMO it sounds very marine (water not military)...i gurss that is the way it should sound with a name like "nautilus"

you tap power from the existing horn and add a ground, done. leacve them both hooked up if you like the chirp when you lock your dooers and such.
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right but the nautilus i posted is all self contained. power ground done. your in and out in 5 miuntes. not too much $$$$$ and you got the truck sound bro. it kind of goes with that 'jake brake' muffler you got
hahahahaha ... i want a train horn
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I remember when the lower pitched horn went on my '97 ZJ, sounded like a honda whenever i honked the horn and if i worked the steering wheel right i could make beautiful music
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you tap power from the existing horn and add a ground, done. leacve them both hooked up if you like the chirp when you lock your dooers and such.
so if you tap into the power, add a ground and leave the stocker in...when you push the horn on the steering wheel will they both go off? and if you don't leave the stocker in, will I lose the ability to hear a chirp on lock and remote-start?
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yeah thats what i read as the air horn takes a second to go, and in that second it misses the chirp signal

i hate the chirp anyway. thats just me,
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