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Horn replace I recently purchased a Wolo Model 835 train horn to replace my factory horn. The manufacturer claims I can mount it under the hood, but I can't find a spot anywhere ! I have a 2007 Chevy 2500HD 4X4 Crew Cab Duramax Diesel (classic body style). Not only that...I don't see the stock horn anywhere either. Can you provide any help ?

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  • fbranek Feb 01, 2009

    Does anyone who's replaced the horn really know where it is, I've tried honking but the darn things well hidden.

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Have someone beep horn while you look for it.

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