Install was fairly easy, you just need to be a little creative for the mounting. A relay harness is highly recommended, these puppies draw more power than the stockers do. I'm fairly happy with them, they come in handy when other drivers need a "signal."
Where did you get the "old beetle" horn? I bought one off of eBay last year (still haven't put it on yet) and I'm wondering if it is of the same style. When I bought it I inquired if it would work on my NBC because they advertised that it would in deed work on the NBs...but you know how that goes..."anything" will fit on a new whatever.
I might have to see about putting it on this weekend...wondering if I will have to change any or the wiring or if it will be a "plug-n-play" type thing?
I did get it off eBay. It's German made, a good quality piece. It was fairly easy to install it. I did have to cut the wiring as they are different, but nothing major, 2 blade connectors, 2 butt splicers, or one could solder these 2. Then tape it all up. I used the stock mount, which places the "new" horn facing downward. It can be changed back to stock just as easy. Hardest part of this job is jacking the car up, and removing the wheel, tire and inner fender liner.
I made myself a set of cupholders for my beetle that I am enjoying. ..and now after some encouragement putting them up for sale on Ebay for those who are interested in their own.
Im reviving an idea that I remembered starting here. I have multiple beetles with old cupholders that are past...
I have a 2004 GLS Convertible (1.8L Turbo), and I can not find custom Seat covers. I can have some made for about $1,000, but I didn't want to spend that much money. These seats DO have the lumbar knob. Any ideas where I can find the seat covers? I wanted two-tone black/tan, but at this...