DIY: Installing Deer Warning Whistles! – Why you should use screws instead of mounting tape.

So there’s been more deer around and I figured I get a some deer warning whistles and put them on my Honda Clarity . They sell similar ones online: https://amzn.to/2RfUax1 . I used screws to mount to the front of my car.

The two deer warning whistle attached on to the bumper with foam adhesive tape. There are screw holes on the mounts, however the foam tape holds it fine for about 2 years.

It finally tore the foam and the other one ripped off due to wind speed. This time around i drilled two pilot holes and added two flat head screws. I used a 1/16 drill bit ( https://amzn.to/3hc9Ziz ) on my Ryobi power drill (https://amzn.to/30quh1O ). I had to use aluminum tape (https://amzn.to/2Yl5Xvv) to make the small drill bit see my video of how i did it.

So my there are two types of whistles included in the package, one with closed back end and one with a open back end. The closed one is louder is placed on the passenger side. The open one is quieter and is placed on the driver side. When driving at highway speeds I can hear the passenger side with the passenger window down.

Enjoy and hope this helps!

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