Well a 3Ω would for sure (14.3 X 14.3 / 3) = 68Watts. But a 6Ω is half that and at half duty cycle because it is a blinker so = 17 Watts. It will get warm if it's on long enough. Mine have been in for 5 years no meltdown yet.
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I have never tried how high in ohmage you can go before you start to have hyper flashing but the lower you go in resistance the more current you draw from the system and the higher chance you stand to start hearing some clicking or buzzing in your radio. And the hotter the resistor gets.
I need to replace the original headlight assemblies (housings) in my kids 2007 LT... I have heard that some of the aftermarket ones are crappy. Question is: Which ones should I avoid? I've heard of Depo, Eagle Eyes, Dorman...
I'm looking for experienced answers. Thanks.
I want to get a projector that shines the Chevy logo on the ground when I open my door. I’ve seen the crappy magnet ones on amazon and everywhere else I DONT WANT THAT. Wiring an actual projector logo light isn’t an issue I would like to find one that is decent and won’t break on me
I was wondering how I would convert the back lights on the cobalt. In my case I did install an LED light but they hyperflash. I tried a Load Resistor but occasionally the back turn lights would not blink. I have not replaced the main break lights in the back just the turn signal lights.