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Led blubs front turn signals

Just put led 3157 bulbs in the front of my 2010 from what I have read the turn signal controled by one of the computers. Is there away around making the turn signals flash correctly with out wiring in those resistors.

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nope the led draws less power so the light thinks the buld is going out so it blinks faster the resistors are cheap

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I figured, just didn't want to cut into the wiring

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same problem was thinking about finding the flasher and putting an LED flasher from KW in, you say signals are controled by ECU on are trucks?
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From what i understand yes. I have the led flasher for the 07 and older trucks. I did a little research and the ecu controls them from what i read. I did this to my 07 and it workered great

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