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11-26-2004 04:24 PM
S2 Me I plan on upgrading to the 'LA Cookaratcha' one but can't seen to find it ever in stock at Napa..... lol
11-26-2004 11:42 AM
GCubes ^^^ I agree. You don't get any respect or attention on the street with that bicycle horn.
11-26-2004 11:27 AM
beat3rfocus don't buy a wuss horn. Go for the full air system. Freighter size. Blow the ****er and make semis swerve
11-26-2004 11:12 AM
tension001 i would also recommend relocating the horn when you replace it. The location its in subjects it to water and it stops working. I relocated mine right under the airbox. It was easy, theres a bolt coming down from the air box that you can bolt the bracket to and then just run the wire over there, keeps it away from water.
11-25-2004 04:56 PM
WinnipegZX3 BAT INC has some super bad ass ones!
11-25-2004 04:06 PM
DrRay Any auto parts store, they are really cheap. Get a louder one while you're at it.
11-25-2004 02:26 PM
lanting90 yup that's where it is....i also need 2 replace mine, cause i got some water in it and it wont work no more!! where could i find a replacement for "said" horn??
11-25-2004 08:51 AM
reamkeeper Go under your car and look up, it should be right infront of your radiator, right behind your front bumper.
11-25-2004 08:47 AM
Horn Location

I want to replace the horn off my 2002 ford focus. I tried doing a quick look under the hood, but I just couldn't find it . Does anyone know where its location? Do appreciate it. TY.

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