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Tame Iti 
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Thanks for all the replies ,They have been more than helpfull ,However our supplier of DEI does not cary this module ,so it looks like I have to make my own ,like the one Hotwaterwizzard posted .Thanks again for all the help ,and if any one else has any other ways to do this ,please keep them comming .timed relay - Page 2 - Last Post -- posted image.
crzyc68 
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Will either of these relays work for a horn in my car?  Right now I have a horn hooked up to a toggle switch.  It plays for about 6-7 seconds.  I would like to be able to push a button and the horn would play through its sequence and shut off.  With the toggle I have to turn it on, let the horn go through its sequence and then turn it off.  I have a General Lee with the Dixie Horn.
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crzy68

No you need delayed off like one of these,

Change the Capacitor to 100 uF

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John DeRosa (Hotwaterwizard)
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crzyc68 
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Is there a part number for what you diagramed out or is it something that I would have to make?  I am not that familiar with the symbols on the diagram, but I do have a friend that is an electrician.  Would he be able to decipher it for me?  Sorry, I am still learning this stuff.
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John DeRosa (Hotwaterwizard)
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I just finnished making the circuit I discribed above.

Seams I made a mistake. The values as they are on 12v turn off the relay in about 30 seconds not 3 min as it states. here is a new Diagram with my test results Included.

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John DeRosa (Hotwaterwizard)
Stockton California
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