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    alternative place to connect horn output

    I have the wiring diagram for my vehicle and i know which wire to hook it too, just cant find the **** wire.

    is there another place to connect the horn wire other than in my steering colum?
    I even looked for the horn under the hood and cant find it........figured i could dmm it and figure the - line and connect it there.


    any help would be great.



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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    What kind of car?





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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    I would find the horn under the fount of the car and just connect it at the source, or at least take a good look at it and then try to match it up with one under the steering column.

    What are you trying to do, might be of more help if we knew.



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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    1999 Mercury Villager
    I am just trying to get the horn to honk when I arm the unit.
    All i have now is the light flash.
    Its Crimestopper unit



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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    If you can find all the wires coming out of the column, just bust out the meter and test each one. The wire diagram probably has the wrong color listed.

    lt blue/black is what you should be looking for




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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    You misunderstand me, Its not that I cant find the right wire, I cant find any of the wires.
    This steering coloum is the weirdest one I have ever seen and there is not wire running thru that I can see no rubber grommet or boot that i see either.



    I wanna go to where the women are easy and the drugs are cheap, and we all stay skinny cuz we just won't eat!!

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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    Any way you can post pics? If you cant find any wires, you may have to take the bottom of the steering column off and find the ignition switch and follow the wires from there.



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    Re: alternative place to connect horn output

    Quote Originally Posted by mokedaddy View Post
    Any way you can post pics? If you cant find any wires, you may have to take the bottom of the steering column off and find the ignition switch and follow the wires from there.
    X2 i was just gonna type that. gotta pull the shroud off and look for them. the wires have to be there exposed otherwise they wouldnt tell you to grab them there. try to post a few pics of it. or you can just get a siren and use that.



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