How to Install New Horn on 2013 Scion FR-S

Scion FR-S Replacement Horn 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
Although is not polite to abuse of our horn in traffic, it still represents one of the car’s safety features used to warn other traffic participants if they are not aware of your presence.
However, some stock horns sound like a kid’s toy and some owners will feel a bit embarrassed to use it, making them to change the funny-sounding device with an aftermarket one.

While on some cars replacing the horn is pretty easy, doing it on a 2013 Scion FR-S will require much more time and work, as you will need to take out the front bumper to gain access to it.

The user demonstrating how to perform the install uses a FIAMM Freeway Blaster Dual Horn kit, which has two separate sound emitting units, one for high and one for low frequencies, but it should work the same with any other kit.

Before you start, grab a basic toolbox and make sure it has a flat screwdriver, a 10 mm wrench or bit, an extender and a ratchet.

The hardest part will be the front bumper disassembly and in order to do that you must first locate and unscrew the bolts that keep it in place according to the video. Next, remove the turn signals and pry the snapping points that are still keeping the bumper attached. Now, slowly remove the bumper and disconnect the wires for the fog lamps.

With the bumper remover, you should be able to see and access the two horn units on the lower right front of the car. Just unscrew them from their mounts and put the new ones in. Reattach everything and voila... new horn installed.

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