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LED Signals HELP

I have already purchased and installed a set of HotBodies flushmounts up front and just installed Shock Racing mini's in the rear. The front signals worked with the stock rear signals but after testing it with the rear LED signals they stay Solid (both front and rear signals) ive read a few posts and im hoping all i need are some resistors. But I dont know what kind (size?) of resistors I need. Could someone point me in the right direction?
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I dont know what size resistors, but that is what you need.

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I was hoping that was all I needed. How do I go about finding out what resistors I need though?
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go get them at radio shack it should be the same size as the tail light with signals I'll check mine when I get home to try to help
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I think you need 5 ohms. Radio shack has 10 ohm 10 watt resistors ( little square ceramic coated things. Put 2 of those in parallel to get the 5 ohms. And you'll need a pair for both signals.

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ok so 2 10ohm 10 watt resistors per side for a total of 4? Thank you for the help
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Yep... total of 4.

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dcope17, Thank You! I got 4 10 Watt 10 Ohm resistors from radio shack today for just under $4. I have installed one on each side and tested. Im pretty happy with the fast blink rate thus far but I will try with 2 on each side.

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