Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Orlando, Florida
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My 2010 JKU Mountain Edition did not sound like an original Jeep horn, it sounded like a wounded goose. After some research here and a little internet digging, I went with a Stebel compact Nautilus truck horn. It is a single tone @ 300Hz and 110db = plenty danged loud enough! I didn't want the extra work of mounting an air system for big trumpets. It does require the use of a relay and the wiring is fairly straight forward. I also used someone's write up from here to understand the wiring diagram better and to get a grasp on which relay tabs were wired to what things. It took a total of about an hour to do it for me, as I do not often wire anything. The end result is a nice, low, loud, manly horn for the Jeep that triggers off the OEM horn button, powered direct from the battery with a 30 amp fuse and heavy gauge wire.
I got it off of eGay, but now wish I had given the venders here the opportunity to match, or more likely beat the price with shipping I got ($75.00).
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