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    hey guys

    failed my blue slip coz i didn't have a horn so i'm just wondering wats the best way at going about putting one in and getting sweet to pass blue slip??

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    best way is to wire it up as per factory wiring there is 2 black lugs on the body wiring loom on the rad support they are the horn sig and the body is the earth you will need a Toyota factory horn for this to be an easy task this is a very simple task i thought you would know this sort of shit
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    You've probably still got the actual horn piece attached to the rad support. Find the wire for it, If it has them plugged in, Find out why it doesn't beep on the horn button. Pull the horn pad off and have a look. I didn't notice if you had a std wheel or anything, But you have a boss kit check that the wire in that is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pen15 View Post
    best way is to wire it up as per factory wiring there is 2 black lugs on the body wiring loom on the rad support they are the horn sig and the body is the earth you will need a Toyota factory horn for this to be an easy task this is a very simple task i thought you would know this sort of shit
    pen15 is on the money

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    dodgy blue slip always helps
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