Yep, 10' in total you need to prepare is enough to do the job. The Amp for the fuse is just to protect the circuit. Whether you use 20A or 25A it makes no difference. It just happened that I have some extra 25A fuse around, so I made use of it. Follow the Hellaâ€™s instruction is your best bet.Heinznfries44 said:Cal_Rav said:Heinznfries44 said:Got my air horns in the mail yesterday...... good price and quick delivery. To damn cold out to install them though (no garage), guess I'll have to wait till spring...... or a warm day off work. HOWEVER, I think it's pretty shady that they don't supply the wiring and connecters needed to do the job!
I suggest you to build the bracket to hold the components first. The wiring part is easy to complete in a warm day.
I'll be using zip-ties to hold everything in place, almost 100% sure of that...... but I would like to know if that was 10' of wire total, or 10' of each "color" ( ground, splice to horn wire, fused positive? ). Also , I see you went with a 25A Fuse, my instructions tell me to use a 20A... any reason why you changed it up? Thanks, Jamie.