Horn Lead Wire

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    well ordering the Dorman wire lead can't see using the pin style contact with this steering wheel. Hopefully i can make it work.
     
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    Wouldn't a blip of the throttle be more effective than a horn in your car? ;)
     
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    Yeah starting to think a quick rap would work better than some of the aftermarket horns. Bought one off the shelf at OReillys, it's not any louder then the original horn and it sounds girly and weak compared to my original one. Kind of sounds like someone getting kicked in the nads.
     
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    so bought the Dorman Horn Lead Wire Part # 49319 fits and works. ground out the wire and you can hear the horn relay click. Just need to trim the black collar a bit.

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    Thanks for posting this - I was hoping it might help me address my issue, but alas, it doesnt.
     

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