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How to hook up my car horn to my alarm

Have a honda accord 98 i purchase a alarm ASTRA 777i asked the tech if

he could wire it to the horn. but he toll me he needed one one more relay.
and that was going to cost me another 55 dollars if i wanted hook to the horn can some one help how to wire from alarm to relay to horn he toll me
if i dont use a relay i could burn the alarm.....can some one helpppppp....

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It will not burn it up take the two wires from the siren and tape 2 wires of that and run them to your 2 horn wires and tape into the horn. Thats what i did and i havent had a problem since.

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Your tech is mistaken. The brown/white wire will hook directly to the lt.green/blue wire at the steering column in your car. Might require some programming at the alarm module.

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