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Jesse Chen Posted - 05/05/2012 : 07:13:33 AM
Hi all,

I heard that you need resistor for led bulb turn signals so it won't hyperflash. so i was wondering if you also need resistor for led brake bulbs? would you need resistor on led brake light?

Thanks in advance.
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oberkc Posted - 05/09/2012 : 11:05:30 AM
I can tell you also that some electronic flashers work equally well with LED turn signal lamps. I replaced my stock flasher with an electronic resistors needed.
Tfitzpatri8 Posted - 05/05/2012 : 07:25:21 AM
That's a feature, not a bug. The flasher unit is alerting you to a problem in the circuit, normally caused by faulty wiring or a burned out bulb.

No, no additional resistor is required because the flasher unit isn't feeding the brake light circuit.

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