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post #1 of 4 Old 02-14-2010, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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Resistor Wiring Diagram

I am trying to wire led rear tail lights. To eliminate the fast blink I have to put the resistor on. Does anyone know where each of the two wires go? There were no directions with the resistor. Feeling rather stupid at the moment. Please help!

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LOL! You wire the resistor inline on the hot wire.

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Figured it out. One wire goes to blinker wire and the other goes to ground.

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^^ Correct. And for the front turn signals, you wire it to ground and the outside positive line.
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