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Old 09-17-2013, 11:13 AM
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ok, so for clarity then, the smaller resistors went on the front bulb. these will get hot because there is current while lit.

Do the rear ones get hot as well?

I don't understand what you've done up front to have the signal light filament on when the truck is running. It shouldn't be that way from stock. My Canadian '12 has daytime running lights and I've converted mine to have daytime running lights (signal light filament) on all the time with a modual for that purpose. This saves my HID projectors from firing as daytime running lights.

I want to get LED's front and rear but don't want those hot resistors baking away while the signal lights are on as daytime runners. If I could have resistors on the rear only that would be ok since they should only come into play when the signal light is blinking.

Need to know if rear only resistors are enough to stop hyperblink with LED's front and rear.

Sort of hyjaked this thread, sorry. I'll start a new one......

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