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I have a BW-852 keyless entry system installed in my '98 Mitsubishi Montero Sport XLS. The lock/unlock features work, but the 'panic' function (buttton 4) only works the lights - no sound from horn. Same to my lock/unlock - also no sound from horn. How could I wire the horn to working to the sytem?

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  • nathanlegob Nov 16, 2009

    Thanks! Will work on tomorrow.

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Locate the BW-852 box,

Inspect the BROWN / WHITE wire.

Third wire on the large connector.

This is the HORN relay output wire.

In order for the horn to work,a relay must be install.

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If there is a relay attached then check for contact sound (CLICK,CLICK.....CLICK) when the alarm is triggered.

Check in-line fuse protection
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BW-852 installation file HERE

Download it for reference.

You should get a 30/40 amp 12 volt relay + socket to trigger the horn.

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Connect brown / white wire to trigger pin on the relay.

Connect a RED wire + 5 amp fuse/fuse holder on the supply side of the relay

Connect the output lead the + side of the horn.


This is a nice 1 hour job for DIY'er.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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