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I have 4 led bulbs, front and back turn signals and the 2 side-brake light.

The seller sent me a 50w 8-ohm load resistors for the hyperflash issue

As you probably know, the space in the front is near impossible. Very tight and no space. I read other users had to remove the front tires and such.

The back turn signals looks doable, I could succeed in putting the load resistors.

Will this fix hyperflashing issue ?

** When i first installed back turn signals (front turn signal still OEM), it was working fine, no hyperflashing, it's when i put the front led turn signals, where everything started hyperflashing.
 

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I used LEDs with built-in resistors (no-hyperflash bulbs) in the front and installed resistors in the back. No issues with hyperflash.
The easiest way to access the front signal light bulbs is pulling the fender liner down a bit. Complete instructions are in your owners manual in the maintenance section starting at page 6-50.
 
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