Getting a train horn kit...
Okay, I will be getting a train horn kit soon and one thing I'd like to do is have a remote control to use the horns from outside the truck.
Problem #1 Most 12 volt remotes have two buttons, on and off. I would like to have a remote that acts like the steering wheel on the truck- sounds as long as the circuit is closed. How do I go about making the circuit open as soon as I release the button?
Problem #2 If the remote idea is feasible, how to I make it where there is two separate circuits controlling the horns, (ex. circuit 1 is the steering wheel horn control. circuit 2 is the remote). Two separate solenoids, one for each circuit???
Problem #3 I have a toolbox, should I contain the tank(s) and the compressor(s) in the box? I know the compressors() need to be away from the weather. but what about the tank(s)?
Anyone know anything helpful? Anyone else have train horns?
Rob C. from the "703"
2002 Sonic Blue Ranger Edge 4.0 SOHC 4x4 5-speed standard 4.10 gears Mods
:Hurst shifter, PA 3" BL, toolbox, custom 2.5"catback with Flowmaster 40 series,CB radio with 5'firestik on bedrail,and a Stig air freshener