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VF horn wiring loom

Discussion in 'Envyous Customs' started by dgp, Dec 9, 2017.

  1. dgp

    dgp Well-Known Member

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    Hi Tazzi,
    Are you able to supply a wiring loom for the VFII to install a second horn?
    The VFI high spec models have two horns but Holden cheaped out for the VFII.
    The horn is installed on the drivers side of the car behind the front bumper, i did intend to make up my own loom but if you have all the correct connectors for a plug and play solution, i would be interested.
     
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    I fitted a set of triple aitr horns in behind the bumper in addition to the exiting horns. Needed to add a relay but works great.
     
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    Thanks voodoo, I don't want to go down that path. I already have high and low Hz genuine horns, just want to make it sound like a commodore not a barina.
     
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    TazzI Envyous Customs

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    Ill bring up some wiring diagrams and take a look into it. I imagine it would be plug and play with the correct loom. But.. knowing Holden, theres also some sort of weird twist!
     
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    Awesome, thanks.
     
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    *Lurks* (Also interested)
     
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    Hi Tazzi, any luck with this?
     
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    I did this conversion. Got the whole loom segement and horns from the front radiator support of a VF1. It stretches from the LH horn, all the way around to the fuse box on the RH side...it picks up varous sensors, airbag accelerometers, temp sensors, fan controller, etc etc on its way to the fuse box, where you replace the whole plug...no wiring mods needed at all. You dont need anything other than some patience, swapping each plug as you lay it around, and you can make it look like it came that way from the factory. You'll have to loosen off the bumper skin and let it hang down to get access though, particularly to screw on the new LH horn...dont foget to get the nut from the donor also for the LH bracket, the horn brackets should be left on the donor loom along with the horns. Also, it may pay to get a few of those cable tie chassis clips...some of them will break taking them off the donor car. No more embarrassing horn...
     
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