thankyouOB wrote:nice sound on the one right above, but here is what comes up for the previous "facebook" photo show:
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OK, I'll just go ahead and post the pics here too. I was trying to avoid repetition, since mine are not dissimilar to those of others who have gone in from underneath.
FIAMM 'El Grande' 74100 Electric Horns:
LEAF safely up on Rhino Ramps:
Tools required. 8, 10, 12, 13mm wrench or sockets to remove various bolts; flatblade screwdriver to remove plastic rivets; wire stripper and connector crimp tool:
Belly pan removed:
Belly pan fasteners. Six bolts and six plastic rivets:
The offending wimpy horn. Sadly ineffective.
New horns vs. old horn:
Pigtails for hooking two horns to one set of connectors:
New horns installed and ready for use in anger! LOL! This is why I needed a 13mm socket and you may not....I installed my horns one above the other, since there was a bolt hanging around below the stock horn bolt that seemed to be doing not much of anything:
Magnificent and gratuitous electric motor shot: