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      For those of you who installed one or two new horns, did you have to take off any bodywork to fit them in? Or were you able to do it all just reaching up from underneath? (2011 Wee here, to be specific.)

      I want to put these in this week or weekend, but I don't want to spend X hours trying to install them with all the bodywork on if that's impossible.

       
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      For those of you who installed one or two new horns, did you have to take off any bodywork to fit them in? Or were you able to do it all just reaching up from underneath? (2011 Wee here, to be specific.)

      I want to put these in this week or weekend, but I don't want to spend X hours trying to install them with all the bodywork on if that's impossible.

      I installed one horn with the body work in place and the other after removing the plastics on one side. It's much easier and faster to do it after removing the plastics, depending on where you're installing the horns.
       
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      For those of you who installed one or two new horns, did you have to take off any bodywork to fit them in? Or were you able to do it all just reaching up from underneath? (2011 Wee here, to be specific.)

      I want to put these in this week or weekend, but I don't want to spend X hours trying to install them with all the bodywork on if that's impossible.

      Knowing now exactly where they sit, it'd be fairly easy to mount them without removing panels, tho' it'd be easier with some off. Look at my original pictures and it should be fairly clear.
       
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      why not simply use the power from the existing horn to power the relay? That's already a switched power source.
      I've been trying to install one of these in my Wee for a while, but the wiring has been giving me fits. Partly, I think, because I never tried this!

      So in this diagram, you're saying basically just connect 30 and 86 to the positive wire coming from the horn switch? And just leave 85 disconnected? (The horns themselves are grounded ... would I need any other grounding?)

      (What I've done so far is wired 30 and 86 to + with a 10A fuse, and 85 to the positive wire coming from the horn switch. The result is that the horns honk briefly [half a second or less] when I turn the ignition on, but then do nothing.)

       
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