Wolo (320-2T) Maxi Sound Universal Horn, Black
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I'm not sure, but I think it might be too much to ask. What is the measurement of the wiring gauge? The relay is highly recommended if you are running dual horns. Usually you need at least 10amps to handle duals like these. To use these horns, if you don't already have that stuff installed in your vehicle, you should purchase a relay with a fuse holder along with a new horn button and connect that to a separate switch. As for Wolo horns, I'm not sure, but the Fiamms take 4 is impressive. Five amps per horn would add up to nine amps for two, but in general, you would use a ten amp The wiring in the car may still be able to be used if you just attach a relay to it if there is 16 gauge wire already in
The mounting hardware is all you need. I don't have anything else to add.
15 amps is what you will need. This protects the vehicle by igniting a fuse.
It is possible to mount these horns together or separately wherever you wish under the hood or behind the grille
Selected User Reviews For Wolo (320-2T) Maxi Sound Universal Horn, Black
0 out of 2 with a rating of reduced. Upon purchase of my Corvette, I found it to be in excellent condition. There was a need to replace the horns, and I did not want to change the sound level or the sound quality. These are the items I found after I browsed and read reviews. So that I could use my factory wiring, I needed horns that have two terminals. Many horns have only one terminal and use a ground on the other end. These horns were very similar to the old ones in almost every way. The price, fit, and sound all have to be considered. I only have one criticism the mounting hole is too short, but I managed to compensate for I will cover how I installed my horns in the next section. In addition, the mounting brackets (1) are very thin and cheap It didn't work with my 03") so I didn't use it. In addition, the factory brackets come with a mounting tab that utilizes the horn's power and torque to support it. When I saw the old horns, I thought they were defective As the brackets were welded to the bracket, I was able to cut the old mounting brackets off and drill a new hole on the driver side for the horn, which can be mounted using a 6mm x 1 mm hole. This is a threaded stud with zero threads. Since the hole in the Chevy bracket was bigger than needed, the lock washer sank into it a little. Since the stud is too short for the thicker Chevy brackets, the lock washer sank into the hole only partially. A 1/4" hole could be drilled on the passenger side because there was enough metal. As I couldn't use the supplied 6mm nut and lock washer, I used a 6mm flange nut that I had on hand.
I picked up a couple of Delphi Metri-X connectors for wiring. There are 150 female housings (Delphi #12162343), 2x locks (#12052634), 4x mating terminals (15344867) and 4x seals (#15324973) in this pack. I was able to connect the horns to the factory wiring thanks to this. With this horn kit, you will be provided with two black wires. A female terminal has 250 attachments, and a ring terminal has 250 attachments. Extras can be found here. Including 250 female terminals and vinyl covers for them, the horn kit comes with 250 female terminals. My goal was to have the dark green GXL automotive-grade wires match the factory wiring, so I cut off the ring terminals. My crimping technique was to crimp and tuck The male Metri- soldier was soldered The green wire should be terminated at one end with terminals, and the loose wire at the other. The other side of the 250 female has a vinyl cover. When I connected the green wire to the "B" side of the housings and the black wire to the "A" side, I received a plug & play response. Put the horns to good use. Overall, I'm very pleased with the sound and the fit of the headphones. With free shipping, you can't beat it for under $25 delivered (I had other parts that pushed me over the minimum requirement for free shipping). The following update was made in August 2018 The 2006 Cadillac CTS that I bought had one not working horn out of a set of these. Adapting them to Wolo wires was easy as we cut off the old connector and soldered the Wolo connectors Their OEM brackets fit the stock holes and they are easily attached. A few months ago, after less than 2 years, I pulled the low tone horn to see what the problem was, and it turned out to be a failed horn. Since I had sold the Corvette before I bought the CTS, I can't comment on how these are doing. The rating was reduced from five stars to four. When a name brand product lasts more than one year, it is guaranteed to stand the test of time. I have been in the industry for five.
Meep meep meep is the sound of the stock horns. As I would expect, these horns are what a horn should be like. I was able to install the new ones without removing the old ones once I had the access area cleared. Here's a list of recommended books!.
I hate it. Despite this. My first slant 6 was rebuilt when I was seven. I've always been a backyard mechanic. It has been decades since then. You must be prepared to install the RAV4 since it leaves very little space for installation. In that regard, let me say this The horns here remind me so much of the Pontiac of the 1960s. The quality of the product is very surprising.
This is an easy and straight forward process Installation in a forward direction. A kit that includes 2 horns, mounting hardware, mounting screws, and an adapter cable. The relay is not working. I was unlucky enough to receive a faulty horn and returned My assumption would be that the low pitch was the result of the broken horn as the high pitch was blaring during the There were a lot of Road Runner-like elements to it This came in a kit with another broken horn that I didn't like, so I can't really take credit for it.
I just have an opinion about it and that is largely my unrealistic expectation. Despite the fact that it is a replacement horn and more than adequate for most traffic situations, it is a good buy. There are two main types of Upon installing our 1994 Land Cruiser, the 2T horn was installed as a replacement for the factory horn. In contrast to factory sound, which is tinny and weak and does not fit the character of this vehicle or any truck, aftermarket sound is much more assertive. Japanese horns sound very inadequate in comparison to American horns The reason is not clear to me. It was said that their horns sound like those found on American cars from the 1960s. This is a good way to describe it. You can have the Wolo 320-X as a good replacement horn if you need one with a lot of volume This is a very good value for money and an excellent choice for 2T.
A little over 6 months ago, I bought a 2009 Pontiac Vibe. Besides the "meep" horn that sounds like an apology, the base model comes with two LEDs with screen displays. Something a bit more forceful would have been nice. It was initially the Wolo Bad Boy Dual Tone Air Horn I was looking at. In the past, I installed a similar type of horn on my motorcyle and found that it was very effective in getting drivers' My interest was piqued when I read a review from someone in Toronto who installed a Bad Boy and loved it, except the air conditioner sometimes froze up during don't live near Detroit, so this bad boy is out of the question. There are three horns (320--> Those 2T) horns remind me of the horns on my Dad's Buick from Although not the loudest I've ever heard, my ears are still pleasantly surprised by their sound rather than a single "meep". I didn't have any trouble installing on the Vibe. Now, I just have to see how they hold up over the next few years.
Unlike the Japanese, the Japanese can't tell apart a good horn from a bad horn. There is nothing to complain about the rest of the vehicle. As it stands, it now sounds like a good classic horn should, slightly annoying and probably 30-feet long This Japanese junk music is 50% louder than the Japanese stock music. It was really louder and better when it came to horns on my motorcycles than this truck's stock horns. It took between ten and fifteen minutes to install The project takes about 15 minutes and requires a 10mm and a Be sure you use both pieces of metal flanges (as with stock) so that they are heavy enough to prevent the horn from moving. If you have a stock twin horn configuration, this kit includes all the hardware you need. In comparison with the OEM horns, they are twice as deep. truck, there was plenty of room, but the same might not be true on a smaller car. are fitted with tab-style electrical connectors, so they should be able to hook up directly to a stock wiring harness. The Toyota connector is a bit wide so I just bent all the tabs 90 degrees to fit, and it works great. To make matters worse, the silver screens in the picture are trash, and they fall off so I removed them before they rusted. Connectors on the horn are brass and overall the rest of the horn seems to be of.
I am pleased with how well they fit my 99 Jeep Cherokee, and they sound pretty similar to the originals as well. A simple process of installation is required. The device can be plugged in and played.