Season 2: Episode 8
Ford F-150 Train Horn Installation

Ford F-150 Train Horn Installation

Chris Duke from Motorz TV shows you how to install a real 180dB train horn kit on our project truck with 4 horns, a 3 gallon air tank and a 160 PSI air compressor.

Episode Notes

The wiring diagram as referenced in this episode can be downloaded here:

trainhorns_wiring_diagram.pdf (PDF, 192KB)

The manufacturer’s installation instructions can be downloaded here:

trainhorns_installation_instructions.pdf (PDF, 2.3 MB)

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113 Responses to “Ford F-150 Train Horn Installation”

  1. Scott Landwehr Says:

    Let your compressor fill the tank…the horn sounds like shit if you do it before its filled.

  2. chuck tone Says:

    arnt train horns illegal

  3. Evan Mays Says:

    nice bed rug bro :)

  4. i would too grazz damnit! Says:

    only time id use it is A. a railroad crossing with a no train horn ordinance ( horns save lives) , or b. scare the jackass that just cut me off,,, shitless

  5. xxdriftking027xx Says:

    the Velcro also makes it easy for someone to steal since its out in the open… Should really bolt those down real nice and tight :)

  6. Jillips Entertainment Says:

    Nice. Once I buy an RS5T, I’ll watch this again.

  7. Reece Ware Says:

    Why don’t you show how to wire it. That’s the most confusing

  8. Karl johansen Says:

    They should’ve used a momentary switch for the horn

  9. unworthyfame Says:

    lol that’s a car with a box it will never get used like a truck

  10. Ben Miner Says:

    thats a really dumb spot to put that horn

  11. azimmey Says:

    I want Cadillac trumpet horns. I miss mine on my 83 Fleetwood

  12. The Milkman Says:

    a onboard compressor and an air tank just for a gimick horn? To each is own I guess..

  13. Indy The Great Says:

    That velcro idea is fantastic though – I did that for my 5 gallon tank and 480c compressor in my 1999 Camry LE trunk since I had no place to bolt it down.

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