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Old 06-21-2012, 01:16 PM
badassranger badassranger is offline
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Question Horn swap

I have a 2011 ranger with a single tone horn and I'm looking to get a two tone horn off a newer model superduty. It would be great if the connecter just plugged it to the existing one there but I'm expecting I'm going to have to splice it in. My question is will the two tone horn off the superduty require more power then those wires there are putting out or will it not matter?

WARNING ** This may seem like a very stupid question to the electrical experts out there.
2011 Ford Ranger FX4 Off Road 4.0 SOHC V6, Flowmaster 50 Dual Pipes out the back, Backrack with toolbox brackets, DeeZee Toolbox, Granite Alloy GA9 Rims on Wrangler Territory Tires.
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Old 06-22-2012, 05:42 AM
OnTheRoxx OnTheRoxx is offline
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Default Re: Horn swap

I just put Piaa dual sport horns on my '10 Sport. I cut the Ford connector off and soldered new wires on. Works great.
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