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Thread: Mazda 3 Horn Single or Dual Pitch?

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    Mazda 3 Horn Single or Dual Pitch?

    We have a 2016 Mazda 3 iTouring. My wife has been driving it since we bought it new at the end of 2015. We just bought a 2017 CX-5 for her. Now I just started driving the 3. Immediately I noticed that the horn sounds as if it were only a single tone. Since I hadn't been driving it till now, I'm not sure if that's the way it comes from the factory, or if it's a duel tone and one of them just quit working. Can anyone tell which it is supposed to be?

    I think dual, as I see on Amazon high tone and low tone horns listed for the Mazda 3. But I don't like to take my technical info from Amazon aftermarket vendors.

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    手前の言葉が俺は聞き捨てよう TheMAN's Avatar

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    it's a single tone, single horn
    the 2017-2018 has an extra horn added, which makes it dual tones

    there's a JDM accessory that replaces the single horn with dual air horns... they're high quality Denso horns, which are the same ones that comes on Lexuses
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    For Protege and Mazda3 info, come see the Protege FAQ

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