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How have we gone from nuts to horn
Are you lot looking at something, that I can not see
Years ago , when I was Lad
I think its called lateral thinking ..... which you don't have to do laying on the couch
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Warcha mean the compressor doesn't work with 12v on it?

If it is bust, claim a refund.

Set up should be simple, even if only one pipe, simply put Y pieces in to join, try to keep hose lengths the same to keep any losses even.

If the four outlets are to a common manifold and all pump air out at same time, connect the three horns and plug one outlet.
If they pulse air, that's trying to play a tune and unlawful so cannot use them. Or there will be a switch on compressor to make one blast or a tune.
Seem to remember that was an option with the old 5 tones that played Colonel Bogey or La Cucawhetever.
Right, i got it working DD & it pulses air in a clockwise sequence 1, 2, 3, 4 (no switch) so it's trying to play a tune as you say & is not road legal, i think keep my original comp like Tim says & use an 'x' connector

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Oh! and why have we gone from Nuts to Horns ?
Well the horns do play a detrimental part in this Thread as that is what i'm trying to fit to the van
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Yes an X will feed 3 horns, It's presssure mainly, not flow. No louder, but there will be 3 tones. If it has 4 outlets, probably was musical with the mech switching bit removed. Probably got 2 outlets that work, hence the Y.
Bit worrying that it doesn't work. From where are you getting your power? Shouldnt just put in on the old horn feed, it'll blow fuses. Needs about 10A start up.
It is on the old horn feed no problem with 15A fuse.
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BS Thought we were on rear bushes on a clio,
Going have to keep off the newccy,
(Welder works well,,)
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Fit one of these on the roof


The young lady can have a rest in the back of the Tragic
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