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matmire Matt Meyer
Studio City, CA, USA   USA
Except that the coil circuit of the relay should have resistance of something like 80 Ohms, which means about .12amps of current flow through it.

Maybe you do have a short elsewhere, or a bad relay. I would test the resistance across 85 > 86. The switching of the relay can still work, even if the relay is faulty.

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GeorgeOhr Nonya Business
Yes, confused, USA   USA
I'll worry about it if it happens again.

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dlrhine Silver Member Dave Rhine
South, Carolina, USA   USA
Thanks again for the horn tip.
I ordered from Amazon the other day, it came in & I installed it today.
WOW, what a nice sounding horn & it's LOUD!
This is what I've been looking for...smileys with beer



If it ain't broke, I'll fix it 'til it is! winking smiley

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GeorgeOhr Nonya Business
Yes, confused, USA   USA
Where'd ya mount it?

autocomman mark w
lost angy, USA   USA
Hmm, pretty good sounding horn...ill keep that in mind. I was gonna go full shebang and so an airhorn setup with compressor and small tank. Something that would be on a semi, not huge...horns maybe 1.5" long, just dunno where i put em in my bugeye. Cant have horns too loud in that little car

GeorgeOhr Nonya Business
Yes, confused, USA   USA
In reply to # 3660220 by autocomman i, not huge...horns maybe 1.5" long,


Typo? I've got one around 15" long and that was my problem too; no where to put it. Check out the truck horn link; that's as close as you'll come within reason for an easy installation.

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