Yeah, the compressor has the fuse that came with the kit installed on that circuit and the solenoid does not have a fuse because well none came with it.
You think it could be the toggle leads are backwards?
I switched the wires on the valve it self to see if I had confused them, but when I switched pos and neg the LED on the toggle no longer came onso I switched them back. As far as I know, if the led is coming on its making a complete circuit, thus power should be running through when the LED illuminates.
Still nothing… hmmm. Could it be that the solenoid is mounted directly to the frame and is shorting out before the power can get to the valve inside? farfetched but I did mont it upright to an existing set of holes on the frame.
ahhh, this is sooo frustrating. I just want to go honk my horn in the tunnel, is that too much to ask?
ok, I installed a 5 amp fuse in the Solenoid circuit, replaced the wire that went from the toggle to the valve, and replaced the ground wire from the valve, in addition to trying to ground the valve on the frame and the battery. I would imagine that the sound of the solenoid would be loud enough for me to hear such as my stock horn’s solenoid… I might just sell this peice of junk or return it.
I bought an aftermarket toggle swith and push button and the toggle switch w/LED was an alternating current switch, therefore going straight off the battery wasnt an option, I would have had to go off teh alternator. Thanks you guys for the help! I just hear the horn for the first time and its beautiful!! :D:D:D:D:D:D