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Old 02-12-16, 12:49 PM   #1
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Hi all, I need to replace the horn on my 2003 boxer based camper van. Many of the horns on the likes of eBay are not suitable for my model year for some reason or other. Has anyone replaced the horn on a 2003 boxer and if so , where did you get it and can you remember the part number? I saw an OEM horn - part no. 6236H7 - advertised but it was about 29 + delivery. Seems a bit expensive to me.

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Toot Toot. Just stick a 12v horn in it will be fine. Some may want a higher fuse but i doubt these would be a problem. Stuck these in my car and van. Couple of years ago i also put them on my motorbike.

12V NEW LOUD AIR HORN SET DUAL TONE CAR BIKE VAN BOAT SIREN TWIN LORRY HORNS | eBay
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There are basically 2 types of horn fitted to vehicles 1 has 2 wires the other has 1 wire the only difference is how they are switched ANY horn can be fitted just buy 1 with the same type of fitting either 1 or 2 wire i have a renault horn on my subaru as the subaru horn sounded crap
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Old 04-12-16, 01:10 PM   #4
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Toot Toot. Just stick a 12v horn in it will be fine. Some may want a higher fuse but i doubt these would be a problem. Stuck these in my car and van. Couple of years ago i also put them on my motorbike.

12V NEW LOUD AIR HORN SET DUAL TONE CAR BIKE VAN BOAT SIREN TWIN LORRY HORNS | eBay
Thanks for your reply 1888. I'll have a look at those - they look good.
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There are basically 2 types of horn fitted to vehicles 1 has 2 wires the other has 1 wire the only difference is how they are switched ANY horn can be fitted just buy 1 with the same type of fitting either 1 or 2 wire i have a renault horn on my subaru as the subaru horn sounded crap
Thanks for your reply Reliable 406. I will have a look at the connections when I get round to taking the old horn out. I was just a bit concerned as most of the ones I saw on eBay stated that they were unsuitable for my particular vehicle when I inputted my vans model and year on the site.
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If yours is one wire (what i doubt) It will be the earth missing s0 your live from your loom will go to horn and the spare spade on the horn feed a wire to the body or horn fixing mount.

Horn is easy, getting into the inner wing is a pain if that is where it is on your van Also if you have a B&M Stores near you there do air horn for under a tenner. Proper trumpet jobs that will burst an ear drum
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If yours is one wire (what i doubt) It will be the earth missing s0 your live from your loom will go to horn and the spare spade on the horn feed a wire to the body or horn fixing mount.

Horn is easy, getting into the inner wing is a pain if that is where it is on your van Also if you have a B&M Stores near you there do air horn for under a tenner. Proper trumpet jobs that will burst an ear drum
OK, thanks for that. I'm waiting till the weather warms up a bit before tackling the removal !!!
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