Question about 2003 Ford Crown Victoria
I had the exact same problem... scary to be on a small very dark road, then flip on your hi-beams, just to be left in total darkness going 35 mph!
When the Police removed their special packaging (wig wags and siren), so they could sell the car to the public... well, they just cut the **** out of the wires, removing both the hi-beams and horn. It took a couple of hours playing with the wires to make the hi-beams work... and the horn? What a mess! Took a piece of wire (with both ends stripped) to test with... stripped a small area on each wire, and touched the test wire to the bare spot and the battery, until the horn sounded... that is the wire we used. Then, using a push button bought at Auto Zone ran a doubled wire inside the cab, cut it and placed one end on each side of the button... under the hood, one end of the new wire connects to the one that made the horn sound, and the other end of the new wire connects to the battery. Use electrical tape to cover every wire that was shaved and not used. NOT PRETTY... but we have a horn.
Posted on Apr 05, 2013
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