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Old 06-14-2008
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Horn screwup

I pulled a good one today, I bought a Hella Supertone horn at an auto surplus store. installed the thing and it wouldn't work looked at the box and it says it was 24 volt can i make this work somehow or should i chalked up the loss to not reading the box carefully enough. lol I guess thats why it was six bucks.
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lol.....nope. you can't really make it work. You need 12v for your 12v system.
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Go buy you a MIL-Spec 24VDC Hummvee and your all set.LMAO
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