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Old 03-25-2013, 01:29 AM   #1
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Default Air Horn users - what's your "trigger"?

I know lots of folks have air horns on their truck, I'm curious what sort of switch you're using. I'm guessing it's usually a momentary switch somewhere, or wired into the regular horn circuit. I've also seen one run off a chain slung from the A pillar above the door.

Am I the first one to think of using the ceiling console, like this?

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WTF"........why would you do that!!!....OMG......
and Bright red to boot........LOL
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WTF"........why would you do that!!!....OMG......
and Bright red to boot........LOL



I use the steering wheel, just like normal.
I cut into the yellow/red wire at the OEM horn, ran it to a SPDT switch in the glove box.
It switches between the air horn and the OEM horn.
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