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Thread: Stebel Horn Install on a KGT 1300

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    Shown the mounting bracket from the kit, the 8mm bolt (13mm wrench) lock washer, regular washer and nut.

    The OEM Torx bolt will not be used and it will be replaced with new supplied hardware.
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    Assembly of hardware to mount the compressor
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    Anal retentiveness alert - locktighted the screw - not required
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    Loosely fit the bracket onto the compressor
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    Align and tighten with a 13 mm wrench
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    Top side hardware - 5mm Hex bolt
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    Before mounting the compressor connect the provided wires to the postiie and negative connectors
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    After the connectors are placed mount the compressor as the instructions state.

    Close up view of the securing sequence
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    Creating the Horn Trigger

    Insert the provided ball with pin wire from the kit in the GREEN wire connection.

    NOTE the picture shows the pin partially inserted for pictorial purposes - SIT THE PIN fully for actual application
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    Seal the connection with some heat shrink

    To properly seal, insert the shrink tubing into the connector
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    Shrunk in place
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    This next step is not called out but I taped the heat-shrunk tubing with friction tape
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    After the connection was taped it is now time to route the wire to the relay.

    Shown below is how I routed it

    I went up the side of the main harness

    Across the battery mounting area

    Then down into the ABS Control area to the relay
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    Across the battery area - the green arrow shows how I routed it in the hole for the J-Nut
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    Some wire management detail by the horn connection area
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