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    Hi there can anyone tell me can I diy put dual horns as I only have a single, driving amongst ******s

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    It's easy, but you need to identify the type of horn plug first. Try looking at pictures of 306 horns on UK Fleabay to see the connector types.

    Many 307 dual horns will fit and they have a jumper wire pair between the two horns.

    I strongly recommend beefing up the Pug twin horns with air horns; it'll really get your point across. However this needs a new supply from the underbonnet fusebox (there are spare slots) and a relay triggered by the original horn wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addo View Post
    I strongly recommend beefing up the Pug twin horns with air horns; it'll really get your point across. However this needs a new supply from the underbonnet fusebox (there are spare slots) and a relay triggered by the original horn wire.
    Dear sir, I too wish for my car to sound like a tugboat in the fog, do you have any recommendations for suitably obnoxious horn models?
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    I fitted (past tense = "fat"? ) a Stebel Nautilus kit in conjunction with the twin 307 horns, it doesn't sound like a tugboat in the fog but quite authoritarian all the same.

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