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Cool Episode #270 - 2016+ Honda HR-V Horn Upgrade Kit Installation

Buy Yours Here! - http://www.collegehillshonda.com/product/DL162.html

Remove the meep, meep and upgrade to real sounding horns. These sport horns are designed to replace the stock Fit and HR-V horns. They are direct plug and play to make your installation a breeze. Low and High horns are included.

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Buy Yours Here! - http://www.collegehillshonda.com/product/DL162.html

Remove the meep, meep and upgrade to real sounding horns. These sport horns are designed to replace the stock Fit and HR-V horns. They are direct plug and play to make your installation a breeze. Low and High horns are included.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv4i-WA2JrE
They sound great. Will definitely get them.

Where are the horns on the HRV and how do you get to them? Do you have to remove any body panels?
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This is funny, I just used my horn for the first time the other day & was a bit embarrassed by the sound! Definitely interested in swapping it out if it's not too much work
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These look good and are cheap. I already put a stebel compact truck horn in my Hrv. But is a more involved install. Had to put a relay in because the horn requires separate wiring for a 20 amp fuse. But its loud and low freq. 300hz. The stock passenger side horn is tough to get to but these 2 horns should be pretty easy to install
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Which horn is high and which one is low?

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Which horn is high and which one is low?
It doesn't really matter which side you put the high or low tone on. When you pull off the original horn however it will say right on the horn bracket whether it is high or low.

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They sound great. Will definitely get them.

Where are the horns on the HRV and how do you get to them? Do you have to remove any body panels?
As stated in the video you don't have to remove the bumper for installation. It made it much easier to show on video however. The passenger side horn can easily be reached by pulling down the lower splash shield. The driver's side however will be a little tougher to reach using the same technique. Pulling just the corner of the bumper will provide easier access.

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It doesn't really matter which side you put the high or low tone on. When you pull off the original horn however it will say right on the horn bracket whether it is high or low.
I was hoping the low is on the driver's side. It seems to be the easiest to change. The high is for the door lock sounds? That I don't have issue with.

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The door lock sounds are from an electronic buzzer located in the rear bumper except on LX models. LX models will use the horn.
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To answer the question on which stock horn is on which side, the driver's side is the low tone and passenger is the high tone. It doesn't matter however which tone you place where if you are changing out the horns.

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