Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
There is a red and black wire coming from the horn of my 1994 Jeep YJ and they are disconnected and just hanging on the other end near the firewall. I would like to know where they are properly suppose to be connected. I could "rig" something but I'd prefer to connect them correctly. Thank you...
You should really have the service manual at hand; they will contain color coding of all of the wiring.
Either Haynes or Chilton will have all the electrical diagrams and the most serivce work you can do at home on the mechanical stuff.
They cost between 20-30 dollars US and can be had at auto parts stores.
Many horns are not directly controlled by the horn button but by a relay on which the horn button works.
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