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where is it????

Hello everyone and good after noon.

Today I replaced my tail light bulbs W/LEDs. I know that they require a resistor

But I bought a LED turn sig relay instead.

Can any one tell me where the turn sig relay is under the dash or send me a pic of it?

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Short answer, there is none. None like the ones we are familiar with. It's all done through the SJB

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UPDATE: So I went and bought resistors for the rear and when the flasher is on it still has the rapid flash. When I had the OEM bulbs in the tail lights and LED bulbs for the front turn sigs no rapid flash. any thoughts? resistors for the front too? IDK and getting frustrated

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The way I understand it you need a resister for each bulb. That's why I didn't go with the leds.
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