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Well i font the led tail lights i want and so i heard about resistors and was wondering what type or kind or if some one knows a link for a pair of two two pack thanks
 

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10 ohm 50 Watts should work fine. Are you sure they're not incorporated in the light assembly?
 

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Idk there from amazon.com i dont think it says it u can look il give u a link cause i plan on buying em monday n i want installation to run smooth like the headlights lol know what i mean.

IPCW LEDT-351CB Bermuda Black LED Tail Lamp - Pair:Amazon:Automotive

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Now do i have to use them for my leds in my headlights but i dont have em wire to turn signal i have em wired to running lights?
 

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No where does it say you need resistors. Then again nowhere does it say you don't. Looks like your going to need to call the 1-800 number and talk to a real person if you can. Hope the answering service is not in Bangladesh.

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Don't understand your second question, sorry.
 

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Yea lol but the second u know how the tail lights have leds well so dose my headlights do i need resistors for those?

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They didnt know so should i go ahead and buy em to be on the safe side
 

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You just need resistors for the rear.
 

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Oh ok il look them up

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Now since i have a sedan n u have a coupe do i need a different ohm n wattage in a resistor?
 

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doubt it

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Also doubt you have to go that low in resistance to accomplish a regular blinker rate. You would just be wasting energy and producing heat in that resistor for nothing. Again 10 is sufficient.
 
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