connector mismatch for 98 honda accord Horn

Lenink
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Asked by Lenink Jun 23, 2014 at 03:07 PM about the 1998 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought horns for 1992 Honda, but mine is a 1998 Honda accord Ex.
The new horns set connectors seem to have different compared to my original connectors.
The old connector has only 1 wire, whereas new horns have 2 wires,
how to connect it? how to get it fixed?

1 Answer

Js08016
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The old horns were grounded by bolting them onto the car. The new ones are not. Simply connect the second wire to the mounting bolt for the horn. Then tighten down the bolt with the wire squished tightly under the bolt head. HTH. -Jim

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