Cut the wire coming from the horn contact in steering wheel
Take the one end to the Paddle input on controller,
In steering Wheel connect the horn true a 10KOhm resistor
Connect the UP paddle true a 32KOhm resistor
Connect the DOWN paddle true a 56KOhm resistor
there is also an output to trigger the horn relay. (it says 10K in the Diagram below but it is 1K)
The Power to the horn Relay and the power to the Controller has to be on the same power source, to make sure it works correct, and power not flows backward from hornrelay to controller, (if power on the relay and not Controller)
Simple diagram width NO horn, Any switch would work all we need is one of the 32K or 56K resistor connectet to Ground to get a shift
To test if Paddke is working
Goto "Livedata" then press joystick 6 times to the right
Until you see the page to the right.
If the Horn resistor to ground the value should show
50 - 150
If the uppaddle then 740 - 810
If Down paddle then 830 - 920
Or if it jump to manual page then it is also ok
Thanks to Matt, for sharing this info
Car is w210 manuf. 97
Written by OF Gear ApS / Ole
I have not tested this myself, so use on own risk.
Written by Matt owner of the W210
The Yellow Wire in the Steering Wheel is Vehicle Ground and transfered to a brown Wire below the steering wheel.
The three Resistors have to be on the Black Wire which is seen in the first Picture.
This black Wire in the Steering wheel transfered to a Yellow Wire after it goes straight throug the steering column.
So you have to cut the yellow wire on the third Picture which is directed to D12 on the Controller and retourn with another wire from D5 of the controller to the Horn Relais.
Click picture to see in BIG format
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