So I picked up a horn for the MX5 (whose horn is piss weak) under the whole bigger is better thing. This one came off of a Commodore, and interestingly is made by Hella in Germany.
Anyway, the MX5s horn has a single wire, so when the horn is pressed the circuit is completed, and the attachment to the body acts as the ground. But this one has two wires, so I am at a loss as to how to wire it up. Could anyone explain the destination/function of these two wires??
Just so everyone knows; bigger is not always better; the smaller MX5 horn is louder
But to run them both at the same time, could I splice the positive wire (going to MX5 horn), and run that to both horns?? It wouldn't cause any troubles would it? Sorry, I'm really new with electrical stuff, and I know that a small mistake can end up being a massive one when it comes to electrics
Haha, they have the arrroooggaahhh horns at autobarn, I think it's called "Klaxxon"
I was so close to getting it, I ended up getting the one that bye evo posted above, it sounds like one of those hand held airhorns. Pretty loud, definitely toned down my horn usage, I only use it sparingly now, haha.