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Load Resistor Kit for LED Turn Signals - 50 Watts - 6 Ohm - Qty 2

Load Resistor Kit for LED Turn Signals - 50 Watts - 6 Ohm - Qty 2

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Diamond Accessories and Parts - DI34ZR

  • Trailer Lights
  • Load-Resistor Kit
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These load resistors prevent hyperflashing on turn signals with LED light bulbs. Compact design - fits in tight spaces.


Features:

  • Load resistors prevent hyperflashing on turn signals with LED bulbs
    • Work with most import and domestic vehicles
  • Compact design - fits in tight spaces
  • Compatible with 12V DC systems
  • Surface mounts behind vehicle headlights - hardware not included
  • Quick connect plugs easily connect to power source


Specs:

  • Quantity: 2 load resistors
  • Unit dimensions: 2" long x 1-1/4" wide x 11/16" tall
  • Distance between mounting holes (center on center): 1-1/8"
  • Electrical resistance: 6 Ohms
  • Wattage: 50 watts
  • 5-Year limited warranty


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Jeff: Hello everybody, this is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today we're going to take a look at the 50 watt load resister kit for the LED turn signals. It is for a quantity of two resistors. Now these load resistors will prevent hyperflashing on your turn signals with LED bulbs. It's designed to work with most import and domestic vehicles. You can see they are a nice compact design.

They'll fit into tight spaces. These are compatible with 12 volt DC systems. They will surface mount behind your vehicle headlights and the connection plugs are included. The quick connect plugs, which will let you easily connect to your power source. A few specs again, it's two load resistors.

Wattage is 50 watts, electrical resistance is six ohms, and last thing I want to do is just give you dimensions on the resistor. The length on it, right at two inches long. The width, including the mounting brackets, it's right at one and a quarter inches wide. And the overall height of it is right at 11 16ths of an inch tall. But that should do it for the review on the 50 watt load resistor kit for the LED turn signals..

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Load Resistor Kit for LED Turn Signals - 50 Watts - 6 Ohm - Qty 2 - DI34ZR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (14 Customer Reviews)

These load resistors prevent hyperflashing on turn signals with LED light bulbs. Compact design - fits in tight spaces.

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This product fixed my trailer LED light issues while connected to my 2020 Silverado HD. I used 1 of these on each circuit to place proper load on circuit so that the truck would recognize the trailer was connected and allow the lights to function properly.




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Converted recently to LED lights on my 2008 Dodge Ram 2500. Although the manufacturer assured me the LED replacement lights were simple plug-n-play & thus did not need resistors to prevent hyper-flash… WRONG, rear signals did not play well w/ others. Jesse M identified the correct resistor set, shipping was fast & the frustrating hyper-flash eliminated immediately. Thanks Jesse!




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It was easy to install the resistor with quick connect clips, I wish there was some instructions with the packaging. I didn't know if it matters what side of resistor was connected to positive. I decided to just install them and fixed my hyper flashing the new led tail lights.




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Took care of the hyper problem.




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Easy to hookup. Was on time.




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This is the second set I ordered. I replaced all my lights on my Toyota with LED's and the hyper flash issue came to light. I knew a resistor would work but didn't know exactly what to get. I called and as usual, etrailer was extremely helpful. The customer service lady suggested what to purchase and I did. The resister set arrived early which was wonderful, however in packaging they pretty much weaken the wiring as they fold them over to get them in the clam shell. Both resisters look pretty frail and I fear the wires will break eventually. I went ahead and installed them and unfortunately they only fixed my hazard lights, turn signals still hyper flash. I ordered a second set to put one at each corner. The packaging was the exact same. GGGGRRR. I have not installed these yet but I hope they fix my problem and the wires do not break. The set is affordable but my only complaint about etrailer is the shipping. I have had instances where it's cheaper to keep product then to return it.




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Quick processing & shipment. Product was also packaged well.




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    Yes, you will need a Load Resistor, item # DI34ZR, at at least two lights that you plan to install on your 2010 Nissan Rouge, if after installing the LED blinkers you have a hyperflash situation. If you still have hyper flash with two resistors installed you will need to install 2 more resistors at the other lights. You should install the LED blinkers first to determine if the resistors are required on your vehicle. You will not need to calculate the Ohms, the resistor is built to build...
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    You would only need to install a load resistor, like # DI34ZR, at each light if you were experiencing a hyper flash issue (rapid light blinking). This is normally only found on turn signals though. I have included a link to all of the exterior lights we carry for a 2010 GMC Acadia.
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    As you probably know, adding LED lights can cause a hyperflash problem with turn signals. You would need to add a load resistor like # DI34ZR to every light that was changed to LED. You have to make sure that the load resistors are installed correctly. One wire will connect to the power wire going to the bulb. The other wire you will ground to the truck frame or grounding point. I have included a picture that shows how it should install.
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  • Should Load Resistors Prevent Hyperflashing
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  • Troubleshooting LED Turn Signal Malfunction On 2011 Nissan Sentra
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  • Troubleshooting Putco 3157 LED Lights on a 2012 Dodge Challenger
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    It sounds like you may be experiencing a hyper flashing issue. This can occur if you add LED lights to a vehicle that normally uses incandescent lights. The fix is to use load resistors, like # DI34ZR, on the turn signal circuits. This extra bit of load will stop the hyper flashing from occurring.
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    Each bulb should have a power wire and a ground wire. As you can see in the diagram I provided, one lead of the resistor is tapped into the power wire, and the other lead of the resistor can either ground to the vehicle or tap into the ground wire from the lamp.
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