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Old 8th April 2008, 12:44   #1
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Need your recommendation on reliable Horn for my Swift D. My horn is not working the way it should and giving out a very feeble sound (as if it has got a sore throat). need some advise on -

1. I want a highly reliable but pleasant to hear horn which is not very expensive. Suggest the brand and the shop in Bangalore where I can buy and get it fitted.

2. On under what conditions rewiring is needed.

3. Should I replace my existing horn if they are suboptimal and utilize the same wiring/relay etc...?

4. What would be the typical fitting cost onto my Swift D.

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