Is there any way to make the horn a little more sensitive for a quick beep rather than a long honk? It just seems a little unreasonable that I have to lay down a big honk every time I use it. I know it's primarily there to be used as a warning device or safety mechanism, but I can't even give a quick beep to wave at my neighbor.
If you only push on the top part you can make it do a quick beep. It hard to do it in a moments notice. I don't know a way to change out the springs. The airbag is under there so I'm not sure if I'd want to mess with it
I did try the top of the horn.. It is a little easier but not a quick beep to alert a driver in front if me (who hasn't moved yet when the light turned green)- without it making it seem that I am aggressive.
I would like to be able to give the quick 'toto' that the door lock or remote start notification makes.
I'm ok with a slight delay with the relay- just loke the stupid high beam switch. But it's activating the horn. I can pound on the horn as if I were pounding my fist on a desk- and the horn doesmt beep. I may just figure out how to run the horn off of a separate wire/switch so I can have a simple beep-beep when I want. Again my 2011 durango is nowhere near this difficult
The horn on the 2014 (maybe 2013 too?) has changed. There are two horn and they are different that the old one I had on my 2012. Sadly, one basically blows into the cab even though it points downwards near the wheel well. The problem mentioned above, still exists when blowing the horn. Seems like that spring is too stiff. I may have to get a bicycle bell or a squeeze horn.
2014 JKU Rubicon- all white with tan leather
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