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Weak sounding horn


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I actually ran across a kit that mounts in the rear underside corners of the bed on ebay. It was supposed to be a complete bolt on install. It was stupid expensive though.

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8 hours ago, L87Powered said:

A while back I was driving in heavy rain and afterward I noticed my horn was a higher pitch and sounded weak. It has stayed like that since. Anyone else? Fix? 

 

It should sound like this. Not my video but, this is what a stock 1500 sounds like

 

 

If it's high pitched, then the low note might have failed and will need to replaced. Else, aftermarket. Fiamm is a maker of some very good horns.

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