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IF this is really just temporary, locate the wire going to the horn(s)
Find where you`re going to get the +12V feed, direct from the battery, cigarette lighter, spare hot terminal at fuseblock. any place that`s hot with the key switch off.
Connect one wire of the inline fuse holder to the +12V source you have selected.
If you don`t know for sure that the horn(s) are OK run a wire from the other side of the fuse holder to the horn feed, and connect temporarily, it should honk.
If all is well there run that fused wire to one side of your switch and the other side to the horns.
Red is usually hot in 12 volt. Black in 110 volt. !2 volt tester is only about a buck at the dollar store. Turn ignition key to ON and test wire. The colors you test from present tape/radio should match the unit you are installing. If you still have doubts, buy a couple of 12v inline fuses and attach them to any wires you are playing with. They are cheap. Black is usually ground in 12v. Other colors usually relate to speakers.
go to the fuse panel find the fuse that is powered by the ingtion source take a test light turn key on to see which one has power then use that fuse slot the make fuses with a wire connceter on it ofr your power source
Hi: under the hood in the power distribution box there is a 40 Amp fuse that has to be installed to power up the trailer package. When standing looking from the front left fender it should be at the front right corner, refer to the power distribution diagram on the cover. As well under the box by the spare tire is a plug in type module mounted on the frame. There should be 2 wire harnesses located there, make sure the correct plug in is connected. Hope this helps... please rate suggestion .... ty
There is no "easy" way to do that. However you can pull the factory wires from behind the outlet and re-wire it directly to the battery or constant hot source. If you do this be sure to add a 15 or 20 amp inline fuse to the circuit.