bing tracking image
  1. Accessories and Parts
  2. Diamond
  3. Trailer Lights
  4. Load-Resistor Kit
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

Item # DI34ZR
Retail:$23.78
Our Price: $8.08
You Save: 66%
Accessories and Parts
Orders above $99 qualify for Free Shipping
Shipping Weight: 0.19 lbs
Add to cart
In Stock
zoom in icon
slider vertical icon
zoom out icon
Comment field cannot be left empty.
Name field cannot be left empty.

Thank you! Your comment has been submitted successfully. You should be able to view your question/comment here within a few days.

Error submitting comment. Please try again momentarily.

Product Images

Videos

Need help with installation?
Locate installers near me
These load resistors prevent hyperflashing on turn signals with LED light bulbs. Compact design - fits in tight spaces. 1-800-940-8924 to order Diamond accessories and parts part number DI34ZR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Diamond products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Load Resistor Kit for LED Turn Signals - 50 Watts - 6 Ohm - Qty 2. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
  • All Info
  • Reviews (28)
  • Q & A (0)
  • Videos (1)
  • Photos

Diamond Accessories and Parts - DI34ZR

  • Trailer Lights
  • Load-Resistor Kit
  • Diamond

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


DG72638VP Diamond Group Load Resistor Kit - 50 Watts - 6 Ohm - 2 Pack





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

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Review of Diamond Lights - Load Resistors - DI34ZR

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..

Customer Satisfaction Score:


Customer Reviews

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (28 Customer Reviews)

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

by:

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.

Poppop

10/9/2023

Still working and have had no issues.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

11/2/2023

@Poppop We're glad to hear that, thanks!


by:

Installed LED lights on a 2010 RAM Truck and the turn signals were hyper flashing. Sent for the Load Resistor Kit and the problem was solved, easy install and support was great - did not need much support, only one question and they got back to me quickly. Great product, thank you.



by:

Awesome parts



by:

Prompt shipment. Parts performed as it should.



by:

Good transaction, will use again.



by:

They didn't solve my problem my trailer lights still flash and in fact I had ti remove them because they made the problem more pronounced.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.

1/20/2023

I wanted to ask how you had installed them? We have a great question on the site that can help. Please see the link below.



by:

The LED tail lights work as expected and easy to install. I didn't need the resistors but will keep them for possible
future needs.



by:

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!



by:

Great Service



by:

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.



by:

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.



by:

LED Rules!



by:

Quick processing & shipment. Product was also packaged well.



by:

Took care of the hyper problem.



by:

Easy to hookup. Was on time.



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:


25
28
Show More Reviews

See what our Experts say about this Diamond Accessories and Parts

  • Troubleshooting Curt Wiring Harness 56320 on 2019 Ford Escape with LED Turn Signal Blinking Quickly
    The Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector # C56320 has not as of 05/2019 been confirmed to fit your vehicle. It is very possible that the LED lights are the issue, but because we don't have a confirmed fit wiring harness I can't give you a confirmed answer. If it were me, I'd first check the ground connection on the trailer near the tongue and then at the tail lights which is normally though the mounting hardware if there isn't a separate wire. Make...
    view full answer...
    Image 1 for
  • How to Install Load Resistors
    I have added a diagram for you which details how to install the Putco LED Light Bulb Load-Resistors # DI34ZR. The LEDs will have one power wire and one ground wire; all you need to do is tap one end of the load resistor into the power wire and the other end will either ground to the trailer or the ground wire from the bulb.
    view full answer...
    Image 1 for
  • Do the Load Resistors Go Inside the Light Assembly When Switching to LEDs On a Trailer
    When installing the LED Trailer Tail Light with License Plate Bracket part # 328-003-81LBM1 with a load resistor like the Putco LED Light Bulb Load-Resistor Kit part # DI34ZR, the load resistor will not get installed inside the actual light assembly. The load resistor just needs to be inline with the signal wire so a few inches behind the taillight will be just fine. Furthermore, the load resistors do get hot so they will need to be mounted in an area clear of any obstructions.
    view full answer...
  • Troubleshooting Voltage Drop When Connecting LED Trailer Lights to Wiring Harness
    It sounds like the ground connection often in the mounting hardware of your lights is not connected well. This ground needs to be bare metal to metal and free of all corrosion and debris. If with a clean ground you still are not getting the desired function, you will need to add more resistance to the light fixture by adding a load resistor like the LED Light Bulb Load-Resistor Kit # DI34ZR to draw the desired power for proper function.
    view full answer...
    Image 1 for
  • Brake Controller Options for 2014 Mercedes-Benz M-Class
    The Curt Echo Wireless Brake Controller # C51180 is a great option for your 2014 Mercedes-Benz M-Class so long as the vehicle has a working 7-way trailer socket. The Echo avoids the need to hardwire the controller into the vehicle. It also offers the ability to easily transfer it between vehicles. Your ML-350 does not have an under-dash brake controller connection port like those found on many tow vehicles so your options are to hardwire a controller like the P2 or to use the Curt Echo....
    view full answer...
  • Load Resistors to Allow Wiring Harness to Operate with LED Trailer Lights
    LED type trailer lights use very little power, about one-tenth the amount required by standard incandescent light bulbs. This can cause some wiring systems to not "see" the trailer lights because their current draw is so low. In some cases a wiring harness may not function correctly if used with LED lights unless a load resistor is installed at each LED light unit. We offer 2-piece ceramic load resistor kit # DI34ZR which will allow your harness to operate properly with LED trailer lights....
    view full answer...
  • Using the 12 Volt 7-Way Circuit for Off Road Lights on a Trailer
    This sounds like a power draw issue. The 12 volt circuit on your 7-way is only designed to provide a certain amount of amps which will vary depending on the vehicle but it is usually around 20-40. If the power draw of your off road lights exceeds this then that is what would cause them to cut out. It may be best for you to just run the off road lights directly to the battery with a quick disconnect in between the trailer and tow vehicle. For quick disconnects I recommend part # PK11852...
    view full answer...
  • Trailer Connector Adapter w/ Lamp-Out Sensor Bypass Not Working on 2013 Porsche Cayenne
    If your Cayenne was designed for the US market and you are still getting the errors when using the adapter # 20142 then you likely need more power draw beyond the resistors in the adapter. You can achieve this by installing load resistors such as # DI34ZR for a 2 pack. Wire one in line on the trailer side wiring on any affected circuits to create more draw so the vehicle thinks the LED lights are regular incandescent lights. If your 2013 Porsche Cayenne has a European configured 7-Way...
    view full answer...
  • Troubleshooting Trailer Lights Coming On When Vehicle Is Off And Vehicle Light Turned Off
    This is an interesting issue because the problems aren't consistent with other trucks or other trailers. Does this trailer happen to have LED lights? Some vehicles have issues with LED trailer lights because they draw far less power and can light up without much power being sent that would be unnoticed on an incandescent light. If this is the case, the Trailer Connector Adapter w/ Lamp-Out Sensor Bypass - 7-Way RV to 7-Way RV - Vehicle End # 20142 has a draw that is similar to an incandescent...
    view full answer...
  • Troubleshooting Trailer Disconnected Alarm on 2018 Toyota Tundra with 2010 Airstream Trailer
    A trailer disconnected alarm has to do with the trailer brake controller pin draw on the 5 o'clock pin position on most vehicles. If you have a trailer connected and the alarm is on, you most likely don't have enough draw on that pin for the vehicle to recognize connection. Normally this is due to corrosion at the connection, but on a new truck, that most likely isn't the issue. You may want to clean the connections with sandpaper and use dielectric grease # 11755 to confirm a clean...
    view full answer...
  • Troubleshooting Dim Turn Signals After Installing Load Resistors
    It sounds like the ground connection may need to be improved. You want to make sure you have a bare metal to metal ground free of corrosion or debris. Load resistors should not have caused them to dim when installed properly. I've attached a photo of the installation for the Putco load resistors # DI34ZR to assist. If you did install this way, let me know and we can continue to troubleshoot.
    view full answer...
    Image 1 for
  • LED Hitch Cover Troubleshooting on 2020 GMC Sierra
    There are always new things added to trucks with sensors and such for safety and this is one of the most recent. The workaround for an LED hitch cover like # CR-007G would be to add a load resistor. Some adapters like # C35FR have load resistors integrated to create the draw needed and are the easy solution for this issue. The other option is to put load resistors on the functions behind the connector using resistors like # DI34ZR. This type of connection requires adapting the factory...
    view full answer...
  • New LED Trailer Tail Lights & Turn Signals Hyperflashing
    It's not super common, but sometimes replacement LED trailer tail lights and turn signals will hyperflash, and this is especially true if they replaced incandescent lights. There is a fix for this though, which is a simple load resistor kit: - Load Resistor Kit for LED Turn Signals # DI34ZR
    view full answer...
  • Ford Truck Sending Error Codes for Trailer Lighting
    I suspect your trailer string lights use high-efficiency LEDs that are confusing the bulb out sensor in your Ford truck. Because LEDs use so little power to illuminate it can appear to these vehicle systems that there is no power being drawn by the lights and this triggers the sensor to send an error message. If so, you might try load resistors like # DI34ZR to see if that stops the messages. These will absorb some power and make it appear to the truck that a standard "power-hungry" incandescent...
    view full answer...
  • Are Load Resistors Required to Use LED Lights on a Trailer
    LED trailer lights like # TL16RK will work just fine in place of incandescent lights and will not require any load resistors. On the off chance that you get a hyper flashing issue or the vehicle tells you there is a bulb out because of the LED lights you can install load resistors, # DI34ZR for a pair, on the affected circuits.
    view full answer...
  • Wiring Adapter for 2017 Ford Super Duty with Bulb Out Sensors
    Yes, the 7-Way to 5-Way/4-Way Trailer Adapter # C35FR should correct the hyper-flashing that happens when high-efficiency LED lights are connected to a circuit that is intended for the higher power draw of incandescent lights. This should keep your bulb-out sensors from being a nuisance. In the event that this adapter does not correct the issue with your deck you can use individual load resistors at each LED light. Examples are part # DI34ZR.
    view full answer...
  • Are Load Resistors Needed to Use Putco Plasma 1156 LED Lights # P241156R-360 on 2007 Audi A4
    Load resistors can be needed in some applications in German import vehicles if they came equipped with standard incandescent bulbs and are being converted to LED types. Also, the presence of a 'bulb-out' sensor may also require load resistors to allow low-current-demand LEDs to operate properly (without hyper-flashing). My contact at Putco suggested that you first try the bulbs in your A4 without load resistors. If you find that they operate properly then you're all set. If they misbehave...
    view full answer...
  • Load Resistor Recommendation for Running Light Circuit of Motorhome Switching to LED
    It sounds like your 2000 Tioga motorhome does need load resistors installed on the running light circuit so that you can run LEDs. Typically a non-flashing circuit like the running lights do not require the load resistors. But in some cases if all of the running lights are run off of the same wire the lower amperage draw of the LEDs can cause the circuit to want to function with other incandescent bulbs still on the circuit. For a pair of resistors the part # DI34ZR would work well.
    view full answer...
  • Solution for Range Rover When 7-Way Adapter for German Cars 20142 Does not Work
    We have heard before that for some Range Rover owners the part # 20142 did not work like it should. In those situations we have to recommend installing load resistors on the trailer lighting circuits so that the correct load is seen for the vehicle. For that we have the part # DI34ZR which includes a pair of resistors.
    view full answer...
  • Troubleshooting Trailer LED Lights Not Working When Hooked Up to a 2012 Mercedes-Benz GL450
    The LED bulbs on your trailer draw very little power and the Lamp-Out sensor in your 2012 Mercedes-Benz GL450 sees this as a bulb that is about to go out. To solve this problem the # C35FR adapter has resistors to simulate more power draw which usually works. The other solution is to install load resistors like # DI34ZR on the lighting circuits. Since the adpater didn't solve your problem you'll need to install the resistors.
    view full answer...
  • Do I Need Resistors With Replacement Bulbs, # ARC48FR or # ARC93FR
    If you are putting installing the 1157 LED Bulbs - 360 Degree - Double Contact Bayonet - 600 Lumens - White - Qty 2, part # ARC93FR, on your trailer, you will not need to add a resistor. Unfortunately, these bulbs are not compatible with your 2004 Honda Element. I do not think you will need a resistor when you add LEDs to your vehicle. I recommend the 921 LED Bulbs - 360 Degree - Wedge Base - 600 Lumens - White - Qty 2, part # ARC48FR. These bulbs are comparable to the bulbs you attached...
    view full answer...
  • Troubleshooting LED Reverse Light That Flashes Once But Wont Stay On
    Since the Optronics Utility Light # UCL60CB is a high-efficiency LED type, it may not present the kind of electrical load to the reverse light circuit that a standard bulb does. In this circumstance a load resistor added to each light can resolve the issue by making the LED light appear to have the higher resistance of a standard incandescent bulb. Part # DI34ZR is a load resistor with quick-connect fasteners that will resolve this issue.
    view full answer...
  • Trailer Lamps of Multiple Trailers Flash When 2020 Chevy Silverado is Switched Off
    Are the taillights on your trailer LED's? If so, this could explain the issue you're experiencing. Ford and Chevy developed 'smart' trailer connectors over the last few model years that seem to be anything but smart. LED trailer lights can wreak havoc with these systems because of the very low power draw of LED lamps. If this is the cause of your problem installing load resistors in the turn signal/brake lamp circuits of the trailer will increase the load on the circuit and solve the problem....
    view full answer...
  • Do I Need LED Resistors When Switching to LED Lights on My Boat Trailer
    You don't always need to add a resistor like the # DI34ZR when you're swapping your trailer lights over to LED's like the # TLL9RK. The best way to determine if you do is to install the lights and then see if you get hyperflashing when those circuits are activated. This keeps you from buying and installing parts you don't need. There really isn't an exact science to what situations will call for this and it really varies from vehicle to vehicle.
    view full answer...


< Previous
123. . .17



Do you have a question about this Accessories and Part?


Info for this part was:

Employee Jeff D
Installed by:
Jeff D
Employee Jameson C
Expert Research:
Jameson C
Employee Daron K
Edited by:
Daron K
Employee Brian T
Written by:
Brian T

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time. Let us know if anything is missing or if you have any questions.