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Aqua Signal Series 84 Electric Signal Horns
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Aqua Signal Series 84 Electric Signal Horns
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Aqua Signal Series 84 Electric Signal Horns Customer Questions and Answers

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How is the horn operated? I have a boat with no horn and would like to install one.

Asked on 07/04/2016 by K Quin

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You will need a 12 volt power supply, ground and a switch.

Answered on 03/09/2017 by
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12 volts connected to a spring toggle switch on dash.

Answered on 07/04/2016 by EUGENE SPACEY

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This horn is designed as a replacement for a 12 volt original equipment signal device. I bought it to replace a burned out horn on my 17 year old 31' Sea Ray--which is wired from the helm. The installation, when I do it myself, will simply require attaching the horn to the two wires and mounting it in the original pre-drilled hole. Simple. Frankly If I were you, I would consider a simpler approach: Either buy an inexpensive air compressor horn or the simplest unit which includes all the electrical components you will need to wire the switch to the battery for power, etc. If you are currently operating a vessel with no horn (you must, by law, have some signaling device), then you do not need to go overboard and (no pun intended) get fancy. A horn is a safety device. The simpler the better. In any case, this product package only includes the horn itself and the instructions are minimal. I would continue searching.

Answered on 07/06/2016 by FRANK HALE

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easy install, but the sound will make you LOL

Answered on 07/04/2016 by LUCIAN LAWLEY

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Battery power I just connected thru a switch to the main 12 volt battery

Answered on 07/04/2016 by GLENN ECKART

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12VDC power fused via a switch.

Answered on 07/04/2016 by JEFFREY LINDQUIST

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It is switch operated, so you will need to install a switch somewhere accessible since you'll need to run either power or ground to it.

Answered on 07/04/2016 by ROBERT RUDOLF
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(ASl-844007 Dual Oval Horn:) Do you have a picture of the "Dual" horn? Only see the single oval , forward facing and round... What is the distance between the mounting holes on the Dual horn

Asked on 06/30/2018 by MAC from TX

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The dual tone horn looks the same as the single horns for the most part. The hole spacing is right about 5".

Answered on 07/02/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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Unfortunately, I cannot locate a picture of the horn on my Sea Ray 310. It was almost a perfect fit in the hole made for the original. I did have to drill a different hole; however it is not noticeable. The specs are slightly different, and I don't have them. Suggest that you not let perfect get in the way of very good.

Answered on 07/01/2018 by fahale

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Re: Signal horn 2: My horn is a single. That is all that is needed.

Answered on 07/01/2018 by fahale
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Do you sell an Aqua Signal Forward Facing Horn? Part Number 84500-1, 12VDC, 105-108db (A)

Asked on 03/10/2018 by UB from Detriot, MI

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Yes, the part number I have here for that is 84500-7 though.

Answered on 05/23/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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Sent from my iPhone I don't have the specs or model numbers, but I did purchase an Aqua Signal electric horn for my Sea Ray for mounting to replace the original. Nothing overpowering, but it was relatively inexpensive and gets the job done. 

Answered on 03/12/2018 by fahale
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How far apart are the screw holes on the forward facing cover?

Asked on 05/02/2018 by Brittany from MA

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Hi Brittany, it looks to be about 4-13/16" between hole centers.

Answered on 06/11/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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