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How do i connect my air horns with my alarm - Explorer Ford Cars & Trucks

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The air horns will of course require constant air - so will only blow if there is a holding tank to keep air pressure to them. The unit it self will have a hot wire to the horn on your car - simply find the wire to the hot side of the horn and run it in with it or splice it -
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