|Originally posted by Bloozberry:|
1. Different horns draw different amounts of current.
2. The louder the horn, the more power it takes to drive it.
3. It sounds to me like you're overtaxing the power side of the circuit. If you're trying to run both horns on the stock 18 gauge power wire that jumps from one horn to the other, then I suspect that's the problem. You may need to provide each horn with it's own power wire either directly from the fuse box or from the battery (with an inline fuse).
1. Yes. Is one reason why you replace horns in match pairs. Other is Mismatch horns often make weird sound.
See my Cave, Horn
2. Not really. OEM and others can make quality horns that make allot of sound and little amp draw.
3. Could be wire or terminal on wire is bad loose etc.
If needed, just wired as air horns shown in my cave, same page, w/ heavier wire directly to terminal under c500.
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[This message has been edited by theogre (edited 10-12-2014).]