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Im installing an oohga horn and have one terminal of the switch going to an "add a fuse" (size 10 fuse) and the other terminal going directly to the horn. There is only the one singular wire coming out of the horn.

I am mounting the metal plate/base of the horn in order to ground it, however before I bolted it on all the way I barely touched it to the grounded bolts just to test the horn and when I pressed the horn button I got sparks coming from the grounded bolts.

Whats the issue here??
 

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...that, and disconnect your battery when you're working on anything electrical.
 
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