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Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v

Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v
Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v
Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v

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What's in the Box

Chrome Ahhoogah Horn 12v 110 dB(A) 490Hz frequency.

  • Ah-ooo-Gah Horn with Chomed Plastic Body
  • 490 Hz Frequency
  • Sound Output: 110 db (+-) 10 db
  • Chrome Plated, Economic Style

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The wiring for the relay is as follows:

  • Short Red Wire (from relay post 87) = power lead to horn or fan
  • Long Red Wire (from relay post 30) = main power supply in
  • Short Black Wire (from relay post 85) = makes ground connection thru a temp sensitive switch or a grounding horn button
  • Long Gray Wire (from relay post 86) = connects to switched 12 volt power (like ignition switch) so horn or fan turns on/off with key

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The wiring would be as follows (included in kit instructions):

  • Red Wire #30 Prong = main 12V power source
  • Black Wire #85 Prong = Electric fan sensor OR low (oil) pressure switch OR grounding switch
  • Blue Wire #86 Prong = 12V toggle switch OR ignition switch "ACC" terminal
  • Yellow Wire #87 Prong = to fan or fuel pump + lead
  • White Wire or Center Prong = not normally used 

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