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Identify wires
#11
Here's a shot of how the windshield washer tank and horns are mounted.

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You can kind of see the lower horn in the bottom of the picture.
I have cleaned the engine bay up some since this was taken.

I can take more pictures if you need.


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(03-26-2020, 03:20 PM)mjseakan Wrote: Here's a shot of how the windshield washer tank and horns are mounted.

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You can kind of see the lower horn in the bottom of the picture.
I have cleaned the engine bay up some since this was taken.

I can take more pictures if you need.


Mike
Thanks Mike for sharing the photo. I thought I would help toot your horn :-)  Bravo
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#13
(03-26-2020, 09:26 AM)Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs Wrote: Our cars had two horns a High and Low. There was one under the washer tank and one high on the LH shock tower.
Does it matter where you mount the high and the low horn? I see one is a 2 wire and the other a 1 wire connection.
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(03-26-2020, 11:52 PM)machattack Wrote: Does it matter where you mount the high and the low horn? I see one is a 2 wire and the other a 1 wire connection.
 
As I recall, the mounting tabs for each horn only fit one way for each location.
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Bill73Ragtop Wrote:
machattack Wrote:Does it matter where you mount the high and the low horn? I see one is a 2 wire and the other a 1 wire connection.
 
As I recall, the mounting tabs for each horn only fit one way for each location.
Also as far as one having 2 wires and the other 1 wire. There is one wire carrying voltage to the horns, the second wire on the first horn is just to keep the signal going to the second horn.

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#16
Thanks for the pic Mike, it's a big help .
Bob
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#17
I'm pretty sure the horns were stamped HI and LO.

Mike
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(Yesterday, 08:41 AM)mjseakan Wrote: I'm pretty sure the horns were stamped HI and LO.

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(Yesterday, 07:20 AM)Bill73Ragtop Wrote:
(03-26-2020, 11:52 PM)machattack Wrote: Does it matter where you mount the high and the low horn? I see one is a 2 wire and the other a 1 wire connection.
 
As I recall, the mounting tabs for each horn only fit one way for each location.
That helps when they make it simple stupid for us dyslexic folks  Undecided
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(Yesterday, 08:31 PM)machattack Wrote:
(Yesterday, 07:20 AM)Bill73Ragtop Wrote:
(03-26-2020, 11:52 PM)machattack Wrote: Does it matter where you mount the high and the low horn? I see one is a 2 wire and the other a 1 wire connection.
 
As I recall, the mounting tabs for each horn only fit one way for each location.
That helps when they make it simple stupid for us dyslexic folks  Undecided
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