Question about 2000 Mercury Mountaineer
My son tried to replace his horn (kept blowing fuses) with an aftermarket horn, and I am going to put back in an OEM replacement. The one he got is a piece of junk
He didn't keep the original horns or wires
The replacement he got is a single note horn, the OEM should be (2) horns, a high note and a low note
Are the 2 horns wired in series....12vdc to one connector on horn #1, jumper cable from horn #1 to horn #2, and connector on horn #2 to ground?
No/ you have 2 horns your right about that but its one wire connector for each horn usually one horn on the right and the other on the left/ the horns should be slide in connector and if he cut them for one doesnt seem right/ I bet that was the problem he tried using the same wire from the original horns when he kind of grounded the horn so it would not work / but there is only one wire per horn/ Please rate my response/ Thank you very much
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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