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Looking into this now, rather have mine flashed over splicing, but when all else fails I will add resistors.
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Looking into this now, rather have mine flashed over splicing, but when all else fails I will add resistors.
Just get a wire harness with built in resistors, no splicing
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where do I look at those? I have a 2011 with JJ's harness for the 11 to 13 headlights.
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where do I look at those? I have a 2011 with JJ's harness for the 11 to 13 headlights.

His harness has no resistors in it? oh well, if you already have a wire harness, then weld a wire into the harness from JJ and ground the resistor, you don't need to splice into the trucks harness than, if you are uncomfortable doing that, you can get yourself a complete harness from theretrofitsource or ****************, both have them and they work great, I have one from **************** and it excellent.
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No I can add the resistors, just if the truck can be reflashed, rather have that route so never have issues again if I do tails, etc. My dealer so far says he has never heard of this, so wondering if anyone dealer was able to do so.
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No I can add the resistors, just if the truck can be reflashed, rather have that route so never have issues again if I do tails, etc. My dealer so far says he has never heard of this, so wondering if anyone dealer was able to do so.
I spent an hour with my tech at the dealer and he looked all over the place, he could not find it.
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Ordered the 50w 6ohms while waiting on dealer, if not, no harm, just would be nice to just get it added to PCM and rock on
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wait you are running JJs 13 headlight adapters and you have hyperflashing?
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wait you are running JJs 13 headlight adapters and you have hyperflashing?
Yes, driver side, turn signal is staying on bright, now not even flashing, signal inside is hyperflashing.
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he said out of like 20 people, mines the first to do this...

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