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Old 02-22-2009, 04:09 PM
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2002 f-350 crew cab horn location?

Hi,
I want to install my air horns in this truck, But I cant find the old ones. Any ideas?

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I have triple trumpet train horns mounted to my passenger side frame rail just behind the cab. Theres enough room to mount the horns, tank and compressor all to the frame.

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Can you take pics of the install please?
I am most interested in how you are protecting the compressor from the "outside world".
This is the only thing stopping me, as I do not have a CC with room behind the seat.
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Old 02-22-2009, 04:37 PM
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I will try to get under there for photos as soon as I can. Im not sure what kind of compressor you have but mine has been fine for almost two years. I drive through water on my hunting lease that definately gets it nice and wet.

Horns go in first facing forward about 1 foot behind the cab on passenger side. I chose passenger because fuel lines run on the drivers side and the passenger battery has no extra connections while my drivers side bat is loaded up. Mark your holes and drill the frame. Make sure you have the correct bit for steel and use wd40 to cool it off as you drill. Wear safety goggles, you will get shavings all over you. Then the compressor just behind it. Last mount the tank at an angle because theres not enough room to mount it parallel to the frame. I only got three out of four holes for the tank but it is plenty secure. Run the wires and youre good to go.
 
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2002 f-350 crew cab horn location?

the train horns are fine and dandy stories fellas, but the question was, where are the factory horns located?
 
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Originally Posted by timhugg View Post
Hi,
I want to install my air horns in this truck, But I cant find the old ones. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Tim
FTE Recommended method for OEM horn Location:

A. Raise hood.
B. Stick head under hood.
C. Have assitant honk existing OEM horn.
D. Use hearing to locate sound source.
E. Repeat as necessarry.

I'm sorry the devil made me do it!
 
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Aw gee Tim, sorry bout that. I read air horns and mistook it for train horns. Check alongside the radiator, they will most likely have the opening facing down.
 
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O believe they are on the passenger side under the fender behind the battery. IIRC, I had to take out the passenger battery and windshield fluid tank to fix mine.
 
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thanx guys
 
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Originally Posted by Steve_250 View Post
Aw gee Tim, sorry bout that. I read air horns and mistook it for train horns. Check alongside the radiator, they will most likely have the opening facing down.
Me too, sorry about that
 
 
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