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Rodeo wiring diagram

Putting in new electromagnetic horns on my 2005 Holden Rodeo & i need a wiring diagram. I have hooked up all wire except wire from relay to push button for horn. Where do I find this or can anyone help?

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The wire to the horn button is a live wire and it is shorted out when you press the button. This activates the relay and blows the horn. relays normally work by power coming to a terminal through the coil and out the other terminal to earth . This connects the coil and so the contacts are pulled together to allow power from the battery though to what ever is the relay for .. So what you need is power to a coil terminal on the relay and the horn wire connected to the other terminal. This will complete the circuit when you press the horn and the relay will close and the horn will blow.. To get this it may be necessary to piggy back off the power wire ( battery terminal on relay ) to a coil terminal .

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SOURCE: where is the horn unit on a 2005 holden rodeo

Just behind radiator grille, next to front passenger side headlight.

Posted on Mar 31, 2012

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