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I just order leds (1156) for the front turn signals and trying to figure where to install the resistor to prevent them from hyper flashing. Not sure which wires to connect it to, any advise would help, thanks.
 

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i believe a flasher relay would be more efficient and easier. i used load resistors in my 06 subaru legacy GT and it was just a PITA to splice it in.
 

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I was reading the owner's manual and couldn't find anything on the flasher relay..

On the other forum Michelle from DD stated:
"Resistor vs Flasher: It depends on the vehicle to fix the hyperblink. We know for this vehicle you need to order the resistor, this process involves two wire splices and should take about ten minutes."
LED turn signals?

But not sure which wires are for the signal lights and couldn't a diagram of our headlight wiring online nor in the manual.
 

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you will have to take a multimeter and test the connections to figure it out. i'm still waiting for my VT to come in, so i can't really chime in. if it's a fairly traditional setup, there should be three wires: ground, parking, and turn.
 

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I don't know if the pin array is the same as your car and our KDM lights, but I outlined the pin array so hope fully this is of use to you. Vehicle Car Auto part Technology Gauge

The colors next to the +/- is the color of the wire INSIDE the headlamp.
 

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you will have to take a multimeter and test the connections to figure it out. i'm still waiting for my VT to come in, so i can't really chime in. if it's a fairly traditional setup, there should be three wires: ground, parking, and turn.
silylanjie said 1156, not 1157, so therefore no need to wire the parking light.
 

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I don't know if the pin array is the same as your car and our KDM lights, but I outlined the pin array so hope fully this is of use to you. View attachment 503

The colors next to the +/- is the color of the wire INSIDE the headlamp.
Thank you very much.. this helps out alot..

I'm not very familiar with load resistor but would there be any issues for connect the resistor from (turn +) to (turn/high-) since its sharing the same ground for the high beam?
 

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now the next time to think about is where to mount the resistor since its gets pretty hot and could melt wires and other stuff..
 

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You can mount it below the headlight, near the bumper on the frame, or you can bring it all the way back near the suspension column. I suggest under the headlight.
 
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