You cannot have both the stock horn and the Screaming Banshee hooked up in parallel. The relay for the Banshee will not supply enough current for both.Bump..anyone....
Especially looking at horn circuitry as i have installed a Screaming banshee horn, which will work, when i disconnect the stock horn, but wont work when stock horn is connected...
Sparky by trade, but used to working with schematics..
Are you sure you have good and solid electrical connections especially between the factory horn and the control unit and also from the banshee horn to the chassis?If i physically push the front cone of the stock horn , so that it wont work, the banshee kicks straight in.
The wire attached to the factory horn is most likely looking for a certain voltage to be reached. It could be that the system doesn't work with that type of horn or a bad electrical connection.i dont understand why when i put physical pressure on the cone front of the stock horn, it stops working then the banshee kicks in.
will check connections again, i believe it it something to do with the control signal ?
If you have volt meter you can check the voltage.OK i think it is related to current on the banshee system, which is needed to trigger the electronic unit..
DUMB question....i assume that the Victory stock horn is a 12V horn, and not 6V..can anyone categorically confirm..?
if it is 6V , i may have to utilise a voltage doubler to get the banshee electronics to fire?